This section contains information for superannuation trustees and their advisers, including:
- guidance for superannuation trustees about their legal obligations
- publications by ASIC in relation to superannuation and
- other regulatory resources.
ASIC's role in super
ASIC is the regulator responsible for the Corporations Act 2001 and the ASIC Act 2001. These acts regulate the conduct and disclosure obligations of financial services providers (including superannuation trustees). ASIC is also responsible for administering parts of the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993. This includes superannuation trustees.
As the conduct and disclosure regulator, ASIC is focused on the behaviours of trustees impacting consumers.
Read more about ASIC's role in super, including co-regulators and industry funding.
Superannuation for consumers
Are you a consumer looking for information to help you understand superannuation? ASIC’s Moneysmart website offers free, independent guidance so you can make the most of your money.
See also superannuation for consumers including:
- ASIC’s role in superannuation
- professional registers
- complaining about your super fund.
Guidance, relief and instruments
ASIC issues guidance, regulatory relief, legislative instruments, information sheets and other documentation to guide and assist the superannuation industry.
Current projects and consultations
Browse and download information about ASIC’s current projects and consultations relevant to superannuation.
Super news and reports
Read ASIC’s publications, including media releases, letters to trustees, reports, speeches and articles about superannuation.
Further resources on superannuation
This page contains useful links for further information about superannuation, including APRA, the ATO and other ASIC resources.
Find information about ASIC’s regulatory guidance on compliance with the financial services regime, including links to legislation and media releases about financial services.
Download regulatory documents and class orders relating to financial services.