In addition to the searches available on our new ASIC Connect search service, we provide a number of registers as well as other information and services on this website. These are listed below.
ASIC training register
The ASIC Training Register lists training courses and individual assessment services that have been approved by ASIC authorised assessors as meeting ASIC's training requirements in relation to Regulatory Guide 146 Licensing: Training of financial product advisers (RG 146).
This register records infringement notices paid under the National Consumer Credit Protection Act 2009, the National Consumer Credit Protection Regulations 2010 and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission Act 2001.
The Enforceable undertakings register lists enforceable undertakings accepted by ASIC. Enforceable undertakings are undertakings provided to us that are enforceable in a court and are generally accepted by us as an alternative to civil or administrative action where there has been a contravention of the legislation we administer.
The Register of banned bodies corporate contains all information received from states and territories about bodies corporate that are banned from engaging in credit activities by a state or territory or under the National Consumer Credit Protection Act 2009.
Register of certificates of transfer for licensed trustee companies
Licensed trustee companies provide trustee services to clients which include acting as executor of a will, trustee or under a power of attorney. Here are copies of the certificates of transfer that we have issued following transfer determinations made under these provisions.
OFFERlist is a database of documents lodged with ASIC for fundraising offers that are required to be disclosed to the public. We provide free access to the OFFERlist database to facilitate access to these disclosure documents during the exposure period.
This register lists summary prosecutions undertaken by ASIC against companies and directors. Since 1 July 2002 we have increased the number of prosecutions of people and companies for a variety of alleged breaches of the Corporations Act. Our reasons for doing this include:
improving the quality of information available to the public, shareholders and members or officers of Australian companies
assisting external administrators to address ongoing misconduct by company officers
discouraging the misuse of ASIC's public database, and
preventing disqualified directors from managing companies.