Financial Services Institute of Australasia | FINSIA | is the professional not-for-profit membership body for financial services. FINSIA has approximately 8000 members in Australia & New Zealand covering banking, institutional markets, funds management and securities including financial advice. FINSIA’s purpose, since 1886 is to help facilitate the industry to professionalise for the betterment of our community. This supports raising standards of competency and conduct to improve consumer trust and individual practitioner pride.
Australian Institute of Company Directors | AICD | is Australia’s pre-eminent organization for Directors, AICD promotes excellence in governance by providing leadership on Director issues, education and development to achieve a positive impact for the economy and society.
The Australian Financial Complaints Authority | AFCA | replaces the Financial Ombudsmen Service | FOS | It provides a free independent dispute resolution process for financial services disputes including credit, loans, investment, managed funds and trustee services for small business and individuals. Australian Securities is compliant with the Australian Standards for Complaint Handling and has used past External Complaints Service Providers for investors since 2000 and borrowers since 2004. If you are unhappy with our service, you should first ask us to resolve your dispute in accordance with our own Internal Dispute Resolution process. If you are unhappy with our response, you can contact FOS who can offer conciliation processes, investigate the dispute or issue a written decision on your case.
Equifax | Equifax |, formerly Veda Advantage has been associated with Australian Securities Limited since 1982 when Australian Securities predecessor was a Member of its Credit Reference Association. Equifax accumulates, transforms, and connects credit data on 16.5 million credit active people and 4.4 million businesses in Australia and New Zealand to provide daily reports on the credit status of 60,000 people and businesses applying for credit. Australian Securities exchanges credit information with Equifax and uses the credit data received to assess and manage credit and fraud risk.
Australian Property Institute | API | represents approximately 8,600 members which include residential and commercial valuers, property advisers, property analysts, fund managers, property lawyers and property researchers and academics.
API formed in 1926 sets and maintains the highest standards of professional practice, education, ethics and professional conduct for its members and the broader property profession. Australian Securities Valuers are required to be an API member.
Association of Mortgage Investment Corporations | AMIC | is an association of Mortgage Fund Managers focused on maintaining standards and representing Fund Managers exclusively as an industry body.