Banned and disqualified register search
What kind of information is in a banned and disqualified register extract?
This register contains details only about persons who are disqualified from managing companies under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth). This is where the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) receives express notice of the disqualification under the act.
A person may be disqualified from managing a corporation for other circumstances. For example, the person could be an undischarged bankrupt. ASIC doesn’t record these disqualifications in this register.
An extract will include information on an individual such as:
- date(s) the bans commenced and ceased
- whether a ban is under appeal.
What registers are available for the banned and disqualified register extract?
The registers available include:
- disqualified persons
- banned securities representatives
- banned futures representatives.
How does the banned and disqualified register search find results by name?
A search by name is based on the characters you provide. For example, if you enter ‘SM’, the result will list all names starting with ‘SM’, for example Small, Smith, or Smithers.
How many results can return?
The number of results per search is unlimited. Refining your criteria before you submit the search will reduce the matches.