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11-APR-2011

Submissions in response to the AUSTRAC Industry Contribution - discussion paper

AUSTRAC has received the following submissions in response to the consultation on the AUSTRAC Industry Contribution - discussion paper, released on 26 June 2014:

  1. View the PDF File ALH Group Pty Ltd (PDF, 362KB)
  2. View the PDF File Australian Bookmakers' Association (PDF, 66KB)
  3. View the PDF File Australian Financial Markets Association (PDF, 185KB)
  4. View the PDF File Australian Finance Conference (PDF, 51KB)
  5. View the PDF File Australian Hotels Association (PDF, 641KB)
  6. View the PDF File Australian Security Industry Association Ltd (PDF, 288KB)
  7. View the PDF File Australian Bankers' Association (PDF, 161KB)
  8. View the PDF File Casinos and Resorts Australasia (PDF, 487KB)
  9. View the PDF File Customer Owned Banking Association (PDF, 169KB)
  10. View the PDF File Financial Services Council (PDF, 658KB)

02-SEP-2014

Submissions in response to the Consultation on possible enhancements to the requirements for customer due diligence - released on 20 May 2013

AUSTRAC and the Attorney-General's Department have received the following submissions in response to the Consultation on possible enhancements to the requirements for customer due diligence, released on 20 May 2013:

  1. View the PDF File Australian Bankers' Association (PDF, 682KB)
  2. View the PDF File AGL Energy Limited (PDF, 169KB)
  3. View the PDF File Anacacia Capital (PDF, 59KB)
  4. View the PDF File Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia Limited (PDF, 391KB)
  5. View the PDF File Australasian Compliance Institute (PDF, 107KB)
  6. View the PDF File Australian Bookmakers Association (PDF, 750KB)
  7. View the PDF File Australian Finance Conference (PDF, 433KB)
  8. View the PDF File Australian Financial Markets Association (PDF, 176KB)
  9. View the PDF File Australian Hotels Association (PDF, 282KB)
  10. View the PDF File Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees (PDF, 327KB)
  11. View the PDF File Australian Wagering Council (PDF, 615KB)
  12. View the PDF File Betfair Australia (PDF, 820KB)
  13. View the PDF File Bureau van Dijk (PDF, 48KB)
  14. View the PDF File Casinos & Resorts Australasia (PDF, 2.2MB)
  15. View the PDF File Cochrane Investment Services (PDF, 30KB)
  16. View the PDF File Customer Owned Banking Association (PDF, 346KB)
  17. View the PDF File Financial Services Council (PDF, 695KB)
  18. View the PDF File FTI Consulting (PDF, 135KB)
  19. View the PDF File Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia (PDF, 224KB)
  20. View the PDF File National Financial Services Federation (PDF, 2.6MB)
  21. View the PDF File Office of Australian Information Commissioner (PDF, 100KB)
  22. View the PDF File Paypal Australia (PDF, 653KB)
  23. View the PDF File Stockbrokers Association of Australia (PDF, 197KB)
  24. View the PDF File Uniting Church Australia (PDF, 117KB)

AUSTRAC and the Attorney-General's Department also acknowledge receipt of several confidential submissions in response to the Consultation on possible enhancements to the requirements for customer due diligence, and respect entities' requests for confidentiality.


06-NOV-2013

Submissions in response to the Proposal to issue an exemption under the Financial Transaction Reports Act 1988: Account-blocking obligations under sections 18 and 19 - released on 22 April 2013

AUSTRAC has received the following submissions in response to the Proposal to issue an exemption under the Financial Transaction Reports Act 1988: Account-blocking obligations under sections 18 and 19 released on 22 April 2013:

  1. View the PDF File Australian Finance Conference (PDF, 75KB)
  2. View the PDF File GE Capital Finance Australia (PDF, 143KB)

25-JUN-2014

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