Australian Securities and Investments Commission

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Notable People

Showing 5 people. Position shown in italic is their previous role in the same organisation.
 Most Senior WA Executive.

NamePositionYear Started
Natalie Durr
Natalie Durr
WA Regional Commissioner 2017
Cathie Armour
Cathie Armour
Peter Kell
Peter Kell
Deputy Chairman2013
John Price
John Price
Greg Tanzer
Greg Tanzer

Past People

NamePositionYear StartedYear Ended
Lara Sohn Lawyer (since 2015)20142017
Lisa Gay Chair, Markets Disciplinary Panel20102016
Jane Gouvernet WA Regional Commissioner20142016
Kaylene Hunter Lawyer20142015
Ivy Chen Senior Specialist, Mining Geology & Resources20092015
Bruce Dodd WA Regional Commissioner 20082014
Steven Halls Lawyer20102012
Caroline Coupland Lawyer, Investment Managers & Superannuation20062012
Thaw Thaw Htin Lawyer20092012
Bruce Meredith Special Counsel20082011
Karen Phin Senior Specialist20092010
Louise Jones Counsel, Markets Enforcement20092010
Anthony Pearson Senior Manager20092010
Niamh Breheny Lawyer20052008
Beth Robinson Lawyer20072008
Angus Dale-Jones WA Regional Commissioner 20042008
Kerrie Papamihail Senior Lawyer, Taskforce Team Leader (since 2006)19932007
Mona Gill Lawyer20042007
Jenny Cutri National Disclosure Supervisor, Senior Legal Officer20032007
Michael Gething WA Regional Commissioner 20002004
Romanie Hollingworth WA Corporate Finance Manager20022004
Paul Harley Lawyer20022004
Jenny Cutri WA Compliance Manager, Financial Services Regulation20012003
Jenny Cutri Senior Lawyer19912001
Paul Bowker Lawyer19972000
Jamie Ogilvie WA Regional Commissioner 19972000
Michael Shanahan Investigator, Markets Team19931998
Sarah Ninkov Lawyer19911997
Richard Thomas Corporate Regulation Analyst, National Manager Internal Audit19901996
Oliver Carton Senior Legal Officer1994
Hugh Hangchi Solicitor
Abigail Davies Litigation Lawyer


The Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC) is an independent Australian government body that acts as Australia's corporate regulator. ASIC's role is to enforce and regulate company and financial services laws to protect Australian consumers, investors and creditors. ASIC was established on 1 July 1998 following recommendations from the Wallis Inquiry. ASIC's areas of responsibility include- insurance, financial services, consumer protection, securities and derivatives, corporate governance, and financial literacy.
Biography last updated 13 Aug 2015

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