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Financial Services

Entities operating within the financial services sector and holding an Australian Financial Services Licence (AFSL) are subject to rigorous regulatory obligations. These regulations, aimed at upholding the integrity of financial markets and safeguarding consumer interests, span conduct, compliance, disclosure, and reporting mandates. Navigating these requirements necessitates a thorough understanding of the Corporations Act, as well as the various legislative and regulatory frameworks enforced by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and other regulatory authorities.

Our services are designed to assist AFSL regulated entities in effectively managing their extensive legal and regulatory responsibilities. By partnering with us, these entities can ensure they meet the compliance standards set forth by regulatory bodies, thereby maintaining operational integrity and fostering trust among consumers.

Our core service identifies and provides a thorough summary of all relevant Commonwealth, State, and Territory laws impacting your organisation, ensuring that our content is always current through regular updates for legislative changes. This ensures you stay informed about any changes that impact you.

We offer a variety of products, including detailed legal registers, self-assessment tools, straightforward training materials, and timely alert services. Additionally, our platform is designed to be both user-friendly and intuitive, making the continuous monitoring and reporting of your legislative compliance program both straightforward and efficient.

How we can help

The dedicated team of lawyers at Law Compliance are here to make your lives easier. We’re more than happy to provide you with all of the information you need when it comes to discussing your legislative compliance needs.

If you would like more information about our services please contact us below or call us on 1300 862 667.


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