Members of the Committee

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Members of the Committee

Senator David Fawcett, Chair SA LP
Senator Sam Dastyari, Deputy Chair NSW ALP
Senator David Bushby TAS LP
Mr David Coleman NSW LP
Senator John Madigan VIC DLP
Ms Julie Owens NSW ALP
Senator the Hon Lisa Singh TAS ALP 
The Hon Tony Smith MP VIC LP
Mr Michael Sukkar VIC LP
Mr Tim Watts VIC ALP

SECRETARIAT

Ms Toni Matulick, Secretary
Dr Jon Bell, Principal Research Officer
Ms Erin Pynor, Senior Research Officer
Ms Kimberley Balaga, Administrative Officer

PO Box 6100
Parliament House
Canberra  ACT  2600

T:  +61 2 6277 3583
F:   +61 2 6277 5719
E:  corporations.joint@aph.gov.au

Duties of the Committee

Section 243 of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission Act 2001 sets out the Parliamentary Committee's duties as follows:

  1. to inquire into, and report to both Houses on:
    1. activities of ASIC or the Panel, or matters connected with such activities, to which, in the Parliamentary Committee’s opinion, the Parliament’s attention should be directed; or
    2. the operation of the corporations legislation (other than the excluded provisions); or
    3. the operation of any other law of the Commonwealth, or any law of a State or Territory, that appears to the Parliamentary Committee to affect significantly the operation of the corporations legislation (other than the excluded provisions); or
    4. the operation of any foreign business law, or of any other law of a foreign country, that appears to the Parliamentary Committee to affect significantly the operation of the corporations legislation (other than the excluded provisions); and
  2. to examine each annual report that is prepared by a body established by this Act and of which a copy has been laid before a House, and to report to both Houses on matters that appear in, or arise out of, that annual report and to which, in the Parliamentary Committee’s opinion, the Parliament’s attention should be directed; and
  3. to inquire into any question in connection with its duties that is referred to it by a House, and to report to that House on that question.

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