Sophie Grace can assist you with all stages of obtaining an AFSL and will help create a package to best suit your needs.  Our standard service offerings are outlined below.

1. Full Service AFSL Application

When applying for an AFSL, Sophie Grace will prepare the Application Form, Core Proof and Additional Proof documents, as well as co-ordinate the other supporting documents required (e.g. police checks, bankruptcy checks, qualifications and references) prior to submission with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (“ASIC”).  Sophie Grace will be listed as the external compliance consultant and all correspondence with ASIC will be directed through us.

2. Templates for your AFSL Application

If you would prefer to reduce costs by completing parts of the application in-house, Sophie Grace can offer several other packages for assisting with your AFSL application to help ensure that you achieve the best and quickest result.  These include:

Core Proof Templates

We can provide you with templates for each of the Core Proofs required to be submitted to ASIC in the initial phase of your AFSL application.  The cost of each template is $220 (including GST).  The available proofs include:

Sophie Grace can then do a review of any amendments you make to the documents prior to submission to ASIC using our hourly rates.

Additional Proof Templates

We can provide you with templates for the Additional Proofs requested by ASIC in the second phase of your AFSL application.  You will need to make sure they reflect how your business will be run.

Sophie Grace can then do a review of any amendments you make to the documents prior to submission to ASIC using our hourly rates.

3. Reviewing your AFSL Application

Review of your documents

Sophie Grace can review documents that you have already prepared.  If you provide us with the work you have done so far we are able to quote you a flat fee.  Alternatively, we can perform this work using our hourly rates, giving you an estimate in advance of how long it will take us to get them to the standard that ASIC requires.