Industry funding invoices
Industry funding invoices to recover ASIC's Regulatory costs are issued between January and March for each leviable year. The invoices are due for payment 30 business days after issue.
ASIC Regulatory Portal account holders can log in to view and pay their entity's invoice online.
- Example of a notification email ASIC will send to portal account holders advising that their invoice is ready for payment (PDF 101 KB).
- Sent from “firstname.lastname@example.org” email address.
- Please note: The invoice is not attached to the notification email. Users are required to log in to their portal account to access the invoice.
For those not yet registered on the portal, the invoice will be sent via mail to the address registered with ASIC.
ASIC industry funding invoices are due for payment 30 business days after issue.
The payment options outlined on your invoice include BPAY and Electronic Funds Transfer.
Use the BPAY details provided on your invoice to pay using BPAY. You must ensure the BPAY reference number is correct. The BPAY reference number will begin with the digits ‘309’.
Ensure you allow three business days for electronic processing.
Electronic Funds Transfer
Use the Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) details provided on your invoice to transfer directly from your financial institution. You must ensure the Electronic Funds Transfer reference number is correct. The Electronic Funds Transfer reference number will begin with the digits ‘309’.
Paying on behalf of multiple entities?
Limitations with EFT mean that ASIC cannot identify your payment without an accurate reference number included in the transaction.
If ASIC is unable to identity an EFT payment as being associated with your entity or entities, you may incur late payment penalties.
If you are paying a total amount on behalf of multiple entities, you must ensure that you send remittance advice to: email@example.com
This will ensure that the money you have paid to ASIC can be allocated to the correct industry funding accounts.
The credit card payment option is available using the ASIC Regulatory Portal. Portal account holders can log in to their portal account to view their industry funding invoice and make a payment online.
In some cases, we can arrange a payment plan that allows you to make industry funding payments in instalments.
If payment is not received by the due date you may need to pay additional fees.
There are penalties for late payment of industry funding levies, which are calculated and charged for each month after the payment deadline. The late payment penalty is calculated as 20% per annum of the overdue levy amount.
For example, if the overdue amount is $391, a late payment penalty of $6.52 will be added each month to the total amount payable ($391 x 20% / 12 months = $6.52 per month).
Should the outstanding balance remain unpaid, ASIC may deregister the entity.
Applying for a levy or penalty waiver
We will only consider waiving a levy or penalty in exceptional circumstances when there were issues beyond the control of all representatives of the entity.
Visit our frequently asked questions page for more information about industry funding invoices.