The Treasury promotes competitive, efficient markets that work for the good of consumers and investors, a secure financial system and sound corporate practices, and foreign investment consistent with Australia's national interests. This includes regulatory reforms to improve the resilience of the financial system, innovation and consumer outcomes and participation in regional and international forums, such as G20 summits.
The government has released exposure draft legislation amending the Corporations Act 2001, the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 and the ASIC Act 2001 to facilitate competitive outcomes in the…
The government has released exposure draft legislation and supporting explanatory materials pertaining to miscellaneous amendments that seek to ensure that the law operates as intended by correcting…
The Financial Sector Reform Act 2022 contained a number of anti-avoidance measures to encourage compliance with the Credit Act. Those measures are designed to minimise financial and other harm to…