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At ASIC there is a reason for everything we do, every law we regulate, every action we take, every interaction we have with industry and consumers. We're proud of the difference we make to Australia's economic reputation and wellbeing.
The Superannuation team is responsible for the regulation of superannuation trustees and funds to ensure compliance with the law and promotion of good outcomes for consumers. The team's role focuses on the conduct obligations of trustees in their dealings with consumers, including disclosure, advice and complaints. This involves proactive and reactive surveillances, providing advice in relation to policy, publishing guidance, considering applications for relief from legislative requirements and engaging with relevant stakeholders regularly.
As a Lawyer, you will be required to:
Undertake legal analysis of relevant legislation and advise on a range of policy and technical issues relating to the superannuation portfolio
Undertake and manage risk-based supervision (e.g. surveillance, review, and monitoring) and compliance projects relating to superannuation trustees to ensure compliance with the law
Analyse the assessment of matters and policy issues and identifying and proposing solutions to further appropriate consumer and market outcomes
Undertake assessments of disclosures relevant to the superannuation industry
Develop and review policy and regulatory guides
Undertake and contribute to research and analysis on emerging issues in the superannuation industry, including the characteristics, behaviour and needs of financial consumers and investors
Contribute to and write reports, presentations and briefings for senior management and external stakeholders
Develop relationships and liaise with internal and external stakeholders
Participate in project teams undertaking research and analysis on emerging issues in the superannuation industry, and
Maintain knowledge of ASIC's regulatory framework and toolkit, relevant legislative and reporting requirements, domestic and international developments and best industry practice models.
Bachelor's Degree in law.
Legal experience gained in the superannuation industry or regulatory environment. Thorough and working knowledge of legislation relevant to the regulation of the superannuation industry, including the Corporations Act and Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act.
Excellent writing and drafting skills, and the ability to communicate in a clear, concise and persuasive manner.
Strong organisational, project management and complex problem-solving skills.
Demonstrated stakeholder management and experience building, maintaining and utilising industry networks.
Takes a well-considered, forward thinking and planned approach, but responds with agility and flexibility to change.
ASIC offers flexibility and is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. To learn more about building your career with ASIC, refer to the ASIC Careers Guide which is located on our Careers at ASIC website.
In accordance with the Australian Government Security Policy, all personnel that are engaged by ASIC are required to complete a security assessment (ASIC Suitability and Baseline assessment).