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The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) is Australia’s corporate, markets, financial services and consumer credit regulator. This corporate plan highlights the work ASIC will be undertaking over the next four years, both externally and internally, in line with their Statement of Intent.

This plan outlines ASIC's strategic priorities, strategic planning framework and regulatory environment, and assesses the organisation's capabilities, performance measurement and evaluation steps in order to use their regulatory tools to:

  • change behaviours to drive good consumer and investor outcomes
  • act against misconduct to maintain trust and integrity in the financial system 
  • promote strong and innovative development of the financial system
  • help Australians to be in control of their financial lives.

External priorities:

  • Promoting economic recovery – including through better and more efficient regulation, facilitating innovation, and targeting regulatory and enforcement action to areas of greatest harm.
  • Reducing risk of harm to consumers exposed to poor product governance and design, and increased investment scam activity in a low-yield environment.
  • Supporting enhanced cyber resilience and cyber security among ASIC’s regulated population, in line with the whole-of-government commitment to mitigating cyber security risks.
  • Driving industry readiness and compliance with standards set by law reform initiatives (including the Financial Accountability Regime, reforms in superannuation and insurance, breach reporting, and the design and distribution obligations).
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