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How we operate



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Our ABN is 86 768 265 615
Our Biller Code is 17301


We are an independent Commonwealth government body, operating under the direction of six full-time Commissioners appointed by the Governor-General on the nomination of the Treasurer. We report to the Commonwealth Parliament, the Treasurer and the Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer.

Our structure
Our internal governance
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Our values


Our values guide the way we work, the way we make decisions and how we interact with each other and our customers.

ASIC values: Accountability, Professionalism, Teamwork

These three values are an essential element in delivering the commitments contained in our service charter and support us meeting our strategic priorities.

ASIC is also committed to attracting and engaging a diverse and inclusive workplace.


Our service charter


Our service charter sets out what you can expect when you deal with us.



Our staff


During 2012-13 we maintained an average of 1844 staff around Australia.

Our senior executives



Finance


In 2012-13, funded through the Commonwealth budget, our operating expenditure was $411 million. We collected $717 million in fees and charges for the Commonwealth.

Our legal expenditure



History


The organisation began operating in 1991 as the Australian Securities Commission (ASC) replacing the National Companies and Securities Commission (NCSC) and the Corporate Affairs offices of the states and territories.

In 1998 the organisation took on responsibility for consumer protection in superannuation, insurance and deposit taking and was renamed the Australian Securities and Investments Commission.

In 2010 ASIC took on additional responsibilities for regulating trustee companies, consumer credit and finance broking and for supervising trading on Australian licensed equity, derivatives and futures markets.

ASIC's role, functions and powers are set out the in Australian Securities and Investments Commission Act 2001.


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