Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993


Division 2 - Monitoring  



Each trustee of a superannuation entity established after the commencement of this section must ensure that, within the prescribed period after the establishment of the entity, APRA, or such other body or person as is specified in the regulations, is given such information as is required by the approved form.
Note 1:

The approved form for information required to be given under this subsection may require the trustee to set out the tax file number of the entity. See subsection 299U(8) .

Note 2:

Section 166 imposes an administrative penalty for a contravention of subsection (1) in relation to a self managed superannuation fund.


Without limiting subsection (1), regulations for the purposes of that subsection may specify that information is to be given to different persons or bodies in respect of different classes of superannuation funds.


For the purposes of this Act, the Regulator or an authorised person may, by written notice to a trustee of a superannuation entity, require each trustee of the entity to ensure that, within a specified period, the Regulator or an authorised person is given, in relation to a specified year of income of the entity, such information, or a report on such matters, as is set out in the notice.

The information may include the tax file number of the entity. See subsection 299U(9) .


If a trustee of a superannuation entity gives information to APRA or to another person or body as required by subsection (1), APRA or the other person or body must give to the trustee a written statement that the information has been received.


A trustee commits an offence if the trustee contravenes subsection (1).

Penalty: 50 penalty units.


A trustee commits an offence if the trustee contravenes subsection (1). This is an offence of strict liability.

Penalty: 25 penalty units.

Note 1:

Chapter 2 of the Criminal Code sets out the general principles of criminal responsibility.

Note 2:

For strict liability , see section 6.1 of the Criminal Code .


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