ASIC - Australian Securities and Investment Commission

The Australian Securities and Investment Commission is an independent Australian Government body which acts as Australia’s corporate regulator.  ASIC’s role is to enforce company and financial services laws to protect investors, creditors and consumers.

ASIC’s area of responsibility includes:

  • Corporate governance
  • Financial services
  • Securities and derivatives
  • Insurance
  • Consumer protection
  • Financial literacy

ASIC provides a host of information to business owners, or individuals looking to start a new business.

PJT provides corporate secretarial services for its business clients, managing all the ASIC related affairs on our client’s behalf for a low annual fee.

For more information on the business services ASIC provides, visit http://www.asic.gov.au/for-business/

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