The Australian Securitisation Forum is the leading industry body representing participants in the securitisation and covered bond markets.

We are focused on promoting, protecting and strengthening the Australian market, to build investor confidence and drive sustainable growth for our members.

Latest News

The Trustee Corporations Association of New Zealand has been engaging with New Zealand Inland Revenue to effectively extend the SPV ‘look through’ for income tax purposes that is available to certain fina...
The Productivity Commission’s draft report on Competition in the Australian Financial System was released on 7 February 2018.   Read the overview and draft report Consistent with recent press coverag...
The Australian Accounting Standards Board (AASB) has been undertaking educational and exploratory discussions with various sectors in relation to the proposed implementation of the IASB’s revised conceptual frame...
On 14 June 2018, the ASF made a further submission to The Senate's Economics Legislation Committee requesting their consideration of the matters put forward to Treasury in submissions dated 29 March 2018 (PDF...
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) has just released a summary of non-confidential submissions following the public consultation on its review of mortgage bond collateral standards.  Deputy Governor Geoff Ba...
The ASF National Committee held an extended meeting on 16 May to discuss ASF priorities, initiatives and budget for the FY2019 membership year.  Key points discussed and agreed included: a decision to revi...
The ASF is delighted to repeat the Women in Securitisation Resilience Program in Melbourne in late May/early June, exclusively for ASF members.  Over two weekly sessions the program covers strategies for mental t...
The ASF has prepared, with the assistance of members of the securitisation industry, a submission (PDF) to Treasury addressing concerns in relation to the second exposure draft of the Treasury Laws Amendment (OE...

What's On

Upcoming courses, seminars and networking opportunities for your professional development



IMN Asian Structured Credit Summit

Hong Kong



Securitisation Professionals course




Australian Securitisation Conference

Hilton, Sydney



Securitisation Professionals course




Securitisation Fundamentals course


Australian Securitisation Journal

The Australian Securitisation Journal (ASJ) is the official journal of the Australian Securitisation Forum. The ASJ is published by KangaNews on a semi-annual basis.

Read the official journal of the ASF

Market snapshot

View a snapshot of the Australian structured credit market, courtesy of Macquarie Debt Markets Research. Key data is refreshed on a monthly basis.

View the latest market activity