Regulatory costs and levies

Summary of actual levies

We publish the summary of levies each financial year after we have finalised the actual cost recovery amounts for that year. The summary sets out the levy metric and description, as well as the actual levy amounts, by subsector.

Annual dashboard report

We must publish an annual dashboard report each year, setting out information about our regulatory costs for the previous financial year: see section 138 of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission Act 2001. The report is made up of two tables.

The first table shows how we have apportioned our regulatory costs in the financial year for each sector, by the type of activity undertaken and by the different kinds of expenses we have incurred.

The second table shows our total regulatory costs for the financial year and how we have apportioned those costs across each sector and subsector.

In the past, we have provided the information about the variances between our estimated and actual costs for industry sectors and subsectors for the previous year in our annual CRIS. For 2021-22, we are publishing this information with our annual dashboard to provide it to entities when we first publish actual regulatory costs from the previous year. We plan to continue to release this information with the annual dashboard each year.

Legislative instruments

ASIC makes legislative instruments each year, setting out our regulatory costs for the previous financial year, how they were allocated, and the metrics we use to calculate the levies.

FY 2022-23

Instrument relating to ASIC’s FY 2022–23 regulatory costs:

FY 2021-22

Instruments relating to ASIC’s FY 2021–22 regulatory costs:

FY 2020–21

Instruments relating to ASIC’s FY 2020–21 regulatory costs:

FY 2019–20

Instruments relating to ASIC’s FY 2019–20 regulatory costs:

FY 2018–19

Instruments relating to ASIC’s FY 2018–19 regulatory costs:

FY 2017–18

Instruments relating to ASIC’s FY 2017–18 regulatory costs:

Last updated: 27/07/2023 11:47