Fees and costs disclosure
ASIC issues regulatory materials including regulatory guides, information sheets, letters to trustees, consultation papers and FAQs, and may grant individual and legislative instrument (formerly class order) relief to guide and assist the industry to meet the regulatory requirements relevant to the superannuation industry.
Notifying ASIC in relation to transition period extension
1. Advise ASIC in writing before 1 February 2017 by email to:
firstname.lastname@example.org identifying yourself (ie the name of the trustee or issuer) and the Product Disclosure Statement(s)
- stating that you intend to provide to ASIC written information relating to any relevant superannuation products or relevant investment products to which the Statement relates before 1 March 2017; and
- if any financial product to which the Statement relates will not be offered for issue after September 2017, identifying that financial product.
2. Provide ASIC data on fees and costs before 1 March 2017
Download the form and instructions below to provide ASIC data on fees and costs. The information must be provided before 1 March 2017 or if provided based on a notification from ASIC within 6 business days of the notification. The completed form must be emailed email@example.com
- Updated RG 97 (November 2015)
- 14-334MR ASIC class order clarifies fees and costs disclosure requirements - 2014
- REP 398 Fee and cost disclosure: Superannuation and managed investment products – July 2014
- Fees and costs disclosure requirements for superannuation trustees – INFO 197
- Questions and answers - Fees and costs disclosure