(b) the operation or administration of that legislation;
(c) law reform in relation to that legislation;
(d) companies or a segment of the financial products and financial services industry; or
(e) a proposal for improving the efficiency of the financial markets.
Pursuant to s 154 of the ASIC Act, under which the Advisory Committee may inform itself in such manner as it sees fit, the Legal Committee was formally established in September 1991. Its functions are to provide expert legal analysis, assessment and advice to the Advisory Committee in relation to such matters or class of matters as are referred to it by the Advisory Committee.
Statements of Expectation and Intent
These Statements form part of the implementation of the Government's response to the Review of Corporate Governance of Statutory Authorities and Office Holders, which was conducted by Mr John Uhrig AC (the Uhrig Report).
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Click here for the Statement of Intent
The Advisory Committee has established the Audit Committee in compliance with the Financial Management and Accountability Act 1997.
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Senate Order reporting on contracts valued at $100K or more for the period 1 July 2013 to 30 June 2014
Click here to view the Senate order reporting on contracts.