What Is ASIC Information?

ASIC is Australia’s corporate, markets and financial services regulator.

ASIC contribute to Australia’s economic reputation and wellbeing by ensuring that Australia’s financial markets are fair and transparent, supported by confident and informed investors and consumers.

ASIC are an independent Commonwealth Government body. We are set up under and administer the Australian Securities and Investments Commission Act 2001 (ASIC Act), and ASIC carries out most of their work under the Corporations Act.

ASIC Extract (Pre-Purchase)

Prior to purchasing an ASIC Extract, you will be presented with a message outlining what information is included when you make the purchase. The message will look similar to the image below.

ASIC Extract (Post Purchase)

Once purchased, the ASIC Extract shall show a processing state, then change to a final state (as shown in the image below).  Information presented includes:-

  • Directors & Secretary Details

  • Directors & Secretary Addresses

  • Directors & Secretary Birth Details

  • Shareholding Details

  • Shareholding Structure

  • Addresses (Registered) including from and to dates (if applicable)

  • Addresses (Principal place of business) including from and to dates (if applicable)

  • Historical information of the above (if a current & historical extract is purchased)

  • Cross Directorships (if available)

ASIC Extract (Out-of-date)

When new information has been provided to ASIC with updates to the entity, a message will appear (see below for example) alerting you that there has been some information changed to the entity.  

If you click in the 'detailed view' of the highlighted section you will be able to see what information has been changed within that section.  However, to see the new changes a new ASIC Extract must be purchased, you can easily do this by clicking 'update ASIC Extract' or 'Click to update' buttons.

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