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ASIC Consumer Lease Credit Update

This course looks at ASIC’s role in consumer credit protection, with a focus on fulfilling ASIC’s enforcement role and how organisations can cooperate with ASIC towards the fulfilment of its objectives.

ASIC has continuing concerns about the conduct of lessors and will continue to review compliance with the responsible lending obligations under the National Credit Act. In particular, they will be assessing whether lessors are making reasonable inquiries into the consumer’s financial situation and, in particular, their expenditure, and taking reasonable steps to verify the consumer’s expenses.

The Consumer Lease Credit Cases found in this learning guide is a compilation of media releases that expose how a number of lessors have breached the NCCP Act, and how ASIC reinforced these regulations with the help of the responsible legal arm of the federal government.

What topics are included?

  • ASIC enforcement and consumer leases
  • Cooperation in civil penalty matters
  • ASIC's further work on lessors
  • ASIC Findings on the cost of consumer leases for household goods
  • Further work and assistance for consumers
  • ASIC Consumer Credit Cases






For the online delivery option, you will need to have access to a computer with an internet connection.



Your enrolment is valid for a period of twelve months.



1 online multi-choice assessment



CPD Hours - 1


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System Requirements

  • What computer and software will be needed?
    • Windows XP or Linux based computer with internet connection.
    •  Internet Explorer 8.0 and above OR Mozilla Firefox
    •  Quick Time Player 4 and above
    •  Acrobat reader 6 and above
    •  Adobe Flash Player
    Download speeds
    •  Min 2 Mbps or above speed is required for running video