ASIC's role in super
Stronger Super reforms
Shorter PDS regime
Financial services resources
Information for consumers
Media releases and other information
ASIC has varied its class order [CO 14/509] to make minor drafting changes, to allow the redaction of personal information form certain documents and to defer the s29QB requirements by one year in relation to some sub-plans (and provide time for further consultation on the appropriateness of the disclosure regime where there are commercial sensitivity concerns in the disclosure of the information).
We have updated our Stronger Super FAQs. The new FAQs focus on executive officer remuneration and systemic transparency disclosure requirements, including an extension of our facilitative compliance message for s29QB.
Read a summary of material presented at, and view slides from, our seminars on superannuation in June 2014.
We have released an information sheet on fee and cost disclosure requirements for superannuation trustees. 14-132MR. 17 June 2014
We have modified the law by ASIC Class Order [CO 14/509] Keeping RSEs’ superannuation websites up to date to provide a safe harbour by defining what 'up to date, at all times' means and released guidance to help superannuation companies disclose information about superannuation funds and their trustees on their websites. 14-129MR. 16 June 2014
ASIC Class Order[CO 10/630] Long-term superannuation returns provides relief from the operation of the long-term superannuation performance reporting requirements that are proposed to be refined by Government. 26 May 2014