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ASIC Class Order [CO 12/1267]

Authoritative Version
  • - F2012L01919
  • No longer in force
CO 12/1267 Orders/ASIC Class Orders as made
This class order amends ASIC Class Order [CO 04/526], ASIC Class Order [CO 07/753] and ASIC Class Order [CO 08/506].
Administered by: Treasury
General Comments: This Class Order was gazetted in the Australian Securities and Investments Commission Gazette on 25 September 2012.
Registered 25 Sep 2012
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR09-Oct-2012
Tabled Senate09-Oct-2012
Date of repeal 09 Aug 2013
Repealed by Treasury (Spent and Redundant Instruments) Repeal Regulation 2013

Australian Securities and Investments Commission
Corporations Act 2001 — Paragraphs 601QA(1)(a), 741(1)(a), 741(1)(b), 911A(2)(l), 1020F(1)(a) and 1020F(1)(c) — Variation

 

Enabling legislation

 

1.       The Australian Securities and Investments Commission makes this instrument under paragraphs 601QA(1)(a), 741(1)(a), 741(1)(b), 911A(2)(l), 1020F(1)(a) and 1020F(1)(c) of the Corporations Act 2001.

Title

2.       This instrument is ASIC Class Order [CO 12/1267].

 

Commencement

 

3.       This instrument commences on the later of:

 

(a)      the date it is registered under the Legislative Instruments Act 2003; and

 

(b)     the date of its gazettal.

 

Note:    An instrument is registered when it is recorded on the Federal Register of Legislative Instruments (FRLI) in electronic form: see Legislative Instruments Act 2003, section 4 (definition of register).  The FRLI may be accessed at http://www.frli.gov.au/.

 

Variations

 

ASIC Class Order [CO 04/526]

 

4.       ASIC Class Order [CO 04/526] is varied by, in Schedule C, omitting paragraph C4 and substituting:

 

“C4.  each action or investigation of the following kinds taken by the home regulator or other overseas regulatory authority against the exempt operator in a foreign jurisdiction relating to the provision of financial services in the foreign jurisdiction:

 

(a)     significant enforcement action;

 

(b)     significant disciplinary action;

 

(c)     significant investigation (unless, after having taken reasonable steps to enable notification to be given to ASIC, the operator is prohibited by law from giving such notification but only to the extent of the prohibition).”;

 

 

 

 

ASIC Class Order [CO 07/753]

 

5.       ASIC Class Order [CO 07/753] is varied by, in Schedule B, omitting paragraph B4 and substituting:

 

“B4.  each action or investigation of the following kinds taken by MAS or other overseas regulatory authority against the exempt operator in a foreign jurisdiction relating to the provision of financial services in the foreign jurisdiction:

 

(a)     significant enforcement action;

 

(b)     significant disciplinary action;

 

(c)     significant investigation (unless, after having taken reasonable steps to enable notification to be given to ASIC, the operator is prohibited by law from giving such notification but only to the extent of the prohibition).”;

 

ASIC Class Order [CO 08/506]

 

6.       ASIC Class Order [CO 08/506] is varied by, in Schedule C, omitting paragraph C4 and substituting:

 

“C4.  each action or investigation of the following kinds:

 

(a)     significant enforcement action;

 

(b)     significant disciplinary action;

 

(c)     significant investigation (unless, after having taken reasonable steps to enable notification to be given to ASIC, the company or trustee (as applicable) mentioned in subparagraphs (d) and (e) is prohibited by law from giving such notification but only to the extent of the prohibition);

 

taken by the SFC or other overseas regulatory authority against the following persons in a foreign jurisdiction relating to the provision of financial services in the foreign jurisdiction:

 

(d)     the foreign company;

 

(e)     where the foreign company is an exempt manager in relation to an eligible FCIS—the trustee of the eligible FCIS.”.

 

Dated this 20th day of September 2012

 

 

Signed by Grant Moodie

as a delegate of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission