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BFCSA: Crikey slam dunks ASIC Profit Centre PROFITS from FRAUD... 2005. These gems now prophetic!

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http://www.crikey.com.au/2005/04/12/peter-costellos-asic-hypocrisy/

Peter Costello’s ASIC hypocrisy

|Apr 12, 2005

 

Queensland’s threat to withdraw its support for the Federal Corporations Law sparked treasurer Peter Costello to warn this would make Australia’s nine sets of laws more costly and complex than the whole of Europe. However, what Costello failed to mention is that since the Feds got control of the Corporations Laws, ASIC has become a profit centre, pulling in more than $400 million a year in revenue while costing less than $180 million a year to run.  Crikey blew the lid on this rort last July as you can see here when we wrote:

Ever heard of a regulatory body which generates hundreds of millions a year in surplus revenue? Look no further than ASIC which gouges Australia’s big and small business alike and has handed over more than $1.5 billion in surplus revenue to the Howard Government’s budgets since 1996?   Crikey seems to receive a never ending stream of penalty notices and fees from ASIC (we got slugged another $500 this week over some form that wasn’t submitted on time) which prompted us to look into this and it appears the government surplus is $1.55 billion over the eight years from 1995-96 to 2002-03 – an average windfall of $193 million a year.  In the handover year of 1995-96, the surplus was only $130 million but you can trust the hypocritical Howard Government to slug their friends in business because this surged to a record $232 million by 2002-03 – an increase of 77% which is well above nominal economic growth of about 50% over the same period................However, if Peter Costello is going to complain that the states haven’t cut promised taxes on the back of GST revenue, surely the states could hit back by accusing Canberra of turning the Corporations Law into a new Federal profit centre, which is completely against the spirit of the 1991 agreement.

 

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