External panels

Consumer Advisory Panel

The Consumer Advisory Panel (CAP) advises ASIC on current issues faced by retail investors and consumers in the financial services and credit industries. CAP also informs ASIC’s surveillance, enforcement, policy and financial education initiatives.

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Markets Advisory Panel

The Markets Advisory Panel advises ASIC on its approach to its responsibilities for day-to-day supervision of the Australian market and on broader market developments.

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Business Advisory Panel

The ASIC Business Advisory Panel formally met for the last time in December 2020. This is due to ASIC's statutory registry functions and powers being transitioned to the Commissioner of Taxation in a Machinery of Government (MoG) administrative change, which took place on 15 April 2020.

More about the Machinery of Government (MoG)

Digital Finance Advisory Panel

The Digital Finance Advisory Panel helps inform ASIC on how to focus its efforts in the fintech area.

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Financial Advisers Consultative Panel

The Financial Advisers Consultative Panel provides ASIC with views on a broad range of issues relating to the financial advice industry.

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ASIC Consultative Panel

The ASIC Consultative Panel enables ASIC to consult on proposed regulatory changes; provides intelligence on the external environment, including market conditions; and identifies threats and harms in the markets we regulate.

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ASIC industry funding

Cost Recovery Implementation Statement 2020-21

23 July 2021

The draft 2020-21 Cost Recovery Implementation Statement (CRIS) has been released for feedback.

Read the media release and draft CRIS

Industry funding: what you need to know

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Last updated: 17/09/2021 10:32