Corporate Compliance

RSG Lawyers can assist you in understanding regulations that may be applicable to your Company.

There are various laws in Australia that regulate what a Company can and cannot do. Furthermore, there are various regulators appointed by the Federal Government that enforce such laws and regulate the behavior of Australian Companies.

Some Regulators include: 

Australian Skills and Quality Authority (ASQA).

Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority (VRQA).

Department of Home Affairs (DHA).

Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

Failing to comply with Australian Law and such Regulators can have serious impacts on Australian Companies.

Serious breaches by a Company of Australian laws can result in loss of licenses, fines, civil action and sanctions.

Some examples of where RSG Lawyers has assisted clients in Corporate Compliance related matters: 

Responding to a natural justice invitation from the Department of Home Affairs where it has been alleged that a Company has breached it’s sponsorship obligations.

Drafting compliance programs.

Assisting a Company in drafting documents to provide adequate disclosure to potential investors under Section 6D of the Corporations Act 2001.

Representing a Registration Training Organisation as an Applicant at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal where a an Application for CRICOS renewal was rejected.