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  • ASIC has 2114 Employees.(i)
  • ASIC grew their employee count by 0% last year.
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Welcome to ASIC on LinkedIn. We're here to keep you up to date on our latest news and career opportunities within ASIC. ASIC is Australia's corporate, markets and financial services regulator. At ASIC there is good reason for everything we do, every law we regulate, every action we take and every interaction we have with industry and consumers. We're proud of the difference we make to Australia's economic reputation and well being. ASIC employs over 1,800 people with offices in each capital city plus an office in Traralgon, Victoria. For more information about ASIC please visit our website; . We promote informed Investment, reduce business regulatory costs, administer laws effectively, manage information and make it publicly available.



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0000-00-00 - ASIC takes payments firm iSignthis to court

The drama drags on Down Under as the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has taken iSignthis and its managing director Nickolas John Karantzis to court. Following August’s development when payments firm iSignthis raised its claim of damages against the Australian Securities ...

2021-06-14 - RURAL FUNDS GROUP Rural Funds : ASIC publishes INFO255 to establish rules for activist short sellers

While ASIC information sheet INFO255 is a welcome attempt to establish workable rules for 'activist short sellers', we query whether the guidance appropriately balances the interests of activists and their targets. Activism has become a ubiquitous feature of the Australian public equities lands ...

2021-10-29 - ASIC has given bitcoin ETFs a tentative green light, opening the door for them to be traded on Australian exchanges

Credit: Getty ASIC has given early approval to fund managers looking to launch ETFs with underlying crypto assets. So far, only bitcoin and Ethereum have secured the regulator’s approval, though others are expected to follow shortly. Various Australian funds have already started working on getti ...

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