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ASIC

Definition of 'ASIC'

ASIC stands for the Australian Securities and Investment Commission.

Amongst other things, ASIC keeps records of companies and company directors. The credit reference agencies buy directorship information to add to credit reports.

Established in 1998 by statute, ASIC is Australia’s corporate regulator with additional responsibilities for overseeing financial services, securities and derivatives, the insurance sector, encouraging financial literacy, and providing consumer protection in deposit taking, superannuation and insurance. As part of the latter two responsibilities, ASIC has a consumer website www.moneysmart.gov.au, which was launched in 2011, in addition to its own website at www.asic.gov.au

ASIC states that its three strategic priorities are promoting investor and financial consumer trust and confidence, ensuring fair, orderly and transparent markets and providing efficient and accessible company and small business registration.

Use the links below to locate the term you are looking for. If you can't locate it, please get in touch.

Credit Jargon Starting 'G'

Credit Jargon Starting 'I'

Credit Jargon Starting 'J'

Credit Jargon Starting 'L'

Credit Jargon Starting 'M'

Credit Jargon Starting 'S'

Credit Jargon Starting 'T'

Credit Jargon Starting 'V'

Credit Jargon Starting 'W'

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