Are you an Australian fintech business looking to expand overseas?
ASIC has signed international cooperation agreements with some of its financial regulatory counterparts that are designed to break down barriers to market entry.
If you’re eligible, we can formally refer your fintech business. This could help you meet the right people, set up important first meetings, and receive informal assistance in different regulatory environments.
Request a referral to an international financial regulator
International referral request form
To qualify for an international referral, you need to meet the ASIC Innovation Hub eligibility criteria. The Innovation Hub may request further information on your business before making a referral. Please submit your completed form (with any relevant attachments) to Mark Adams at email@example.com.
Referral and information sharing agreements
Canada: ASIC-OSC cooperation agreement- ASIC CSA cooperation agreement
Hong Kong: ASIC-HKSFC cooperation agreement
Luxembourg: ASIC-CSSF arrangement
Malaysia: ASIC-SC cooperation agreement
Singapore: ASIC-MAS cooperation agreement
Switzerland: ASIC-FINMA cooperation agreement
UAE: ASIC-Abu Dhabi FSRA cooperation agreement- ASIC-Dubai DFSA cooperation agreement
United Kingdom: ASIC-FCA cooperation agreement- ASIC-FCA enhanced cooperation agreement
United States: ASIC-CTFC fintech arrangement
Information sharing agreements
China: ASIC-CSRC cooperation agreement
Indonesia: ASIC-OJK cooperation agreement