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Australian Securities and Investments Commission

Parent Portfolio: Treasury

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) is an independent government body that enforces and administers Corporations Law and consumer protection law for investments, life and general insurance, superannuation and banking (except lending) throughout Australia. Their purpose is to reduce fraud and unfair practices in financial markets and financial products so consumers use them confidently and companies and markets perform effectively.

Australian Securities and Investments Commission resources

Key web pages and entry points for the Australian Securities and Investments Commission

Australian Securities and Investments Commission websites

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