REP 391 ASIC's deregulatory initiatives

Released 7 May 2014.

This report provides an overview of ASIC’s commitment to reduce compliance costs for our regulated population, including ongoing work and new initiatives.

It should be read by all businesses and individuals who are required to comply with laws and regulations administered by ASIC and those who have an interest in engaging with ASIC on our approach to deregulation.

Download REP 391 (PDF 221 KB) | Read the media release

Non-confidential submissions on REP 391

For discussion on these submissions see REP 466.

 Entity Date submitted
Australian Bankers Association (ABA) 20/6/2014
Australian Instititute of Company Directors (AICD) 18/6/2014
Australian Shareholders' Association (ASA) 16/6/2014
Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA) 23/6/2014
ASX 10/7/2014
Australian Private Equity and Venture Capital Association Limited (AVCAL) 18/7/2014
Customer Owned Banking Association (COBA) 18/6/2014
CPA Australia 19/6/2014
chi-x Australia 20/6/2014
Deloitte 18/6/2014
Ernst and Young (EY) 20/6/2014
Financial Services Council (FSC) 23/6/2014
Group of 100 (G100) 2/6/2014
Governance Institute of Australia 12/6/2014
Grant Thornton 18/6/2014
Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia (ICAA) 19/6/2014
Insurance Council of Australia 18/6/2014
Law Council of Australia 18/6/2014
Law Society (WA) 29/8/2014
Melbourne University 16/5/2014
Mortgage and Finance Association of Australia (MFAA) 2/6/2014
Property Council of Australia 26/6/2013
Peter Keenan 17/6/2014
Pitcher Partners 17/6/2014
Prawn Farmers Association 6/6/2014
Telstra 18/6/2014
Last updated: 07/05/2014 12:00