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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.

External priorities:

  • Product design and distribution: Reduce the risk of harm to consumers of financial and credit products, caused by poor product design, distribution and marketing, especially by driving compliance with new requirements.
  • Sustainable finance: Support market integrity through proactive supervision and enforcement of governance, transparency and disclosure standards in relation to sustainable finance.
  • Retirement decision making: Protect consumers, especially as they plan and make decisions for retirement, with a focus on superannuation products, managed investments and financial advice.
  • Technology risks: Focus on the impacts of technology in financial markets and services, drive good cyber-risk and operational resilience practices, and act to address digitally enabled misconduct, including scams.
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