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July 14th, 2018 by admin

Thousands sign ASIC petition

Jobs on the line: CPSU delegates from the Traralgon ASIC office met with Federal Member for Gippsland Darren Chester yesterday.
Nanjing Night Net

Union delegates from Traralgon’s Australian Securities and Investments Commission office visited Federal Member for Gippsland Darren Chester yesterday, opposing a potential sale of the register.

They delivered a petition with more than 80,000 signatures opposing the sale, including more than 500 from Mr Chester’s constituents.

They also presented Mr Chester with a letter signed by about 130 Traralgon staff members, calling on the Gippsland politician to oppose a sale in Cabinet.

In its 2014-15 budget, the Federal Government announced it would commission a study into future ownership options for the ASIC Registry’s operation and ownership.

Yesterday Mr Chester said his number one priority was retaining the ASIC jobs in the Latrobe Valley.

“If there was to be private involvement in running the ASIC business registry, keeping those jobs and developing new opportunities in the Latrobe Valley will be critical,” Mr Chester said.

“Since 2014, I’ve made it clear to my colleagues in Canberra that the ASIC staff have made an important contribution to our region, and will continue to do so in the future.”

The Community and Public Sector Union claims there could be 350 job losses from the Gippsland electorate if the privatisation proceeds.

Mr Chester said the bid phase was ongoing and the government had not made a decision on whether it would proceed with the registry lease.

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