At Noble Commercial Specialists, we ensure that all activities are carried out in accordance with relevant Legislation, Governing Industry Laws and Regulations.

For your information, below are relevant links to some of these regulators, licensing bodies and legislative systems.

In order to effectively operate our business, staff and agents are licensed in respect to the duties that they undertake.  Field agents and staff dealing with individuals are all licensed under the Commercial and Private Inquiry Agents Act.

Noble Commercial Specialists is a member of the Australian Institute of Mercantile Agents and we abide by the Code of Conduct and the Code of Ethics as established by the Institute.

In order to carry out our business operations, Noble Commercial Specialists must hold a Master Licence Number under the Commercial and Private Inquiry Agents Act.

NSW CAPI Master License Number : 409504925


IMA’s Code of Conduct and Code of Ethics
National institute of Mercantile Agents.

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission
Government organisation responsible for ensuring compliance with the Trade Practices Act.

Australian Securities and Investment Commission
Ensures that Australia’s financial markets are fair and transparent

Family Court of Australia
A specialist Federal court dealing only with family law matters

Federal Magistrates Court of Australia
Independent federal court. A court of record and of law and equity

Federal Court of Australia
Covers almost all civil matters and some criminal matters. It has jurisdiction to hear and determine any matter arising under the Constitution.

High Court of Australia
The highest court in the Australian judicial system. Interprets and applies the law of Australia

Office of the Privacy/Information Commissioner
Regulates freedom of information, privacy and functions relating to information policy

Uniform/National Consumer Credit Code
Regulatory code for Consumer lending



We are committed to protecting an individual’s privacy in accordance with Australia's National Privacy Principles and the Privacy Act.  We only use personal information when there is a valid reason to do so.  The information that we collect may include names, home address, work address, contact details, license numbers, financial history and credit details.  Sometimes there is a need to disclose this information to other parties. It is expected that any party who receives this information does so under the regulations of the National Privacy Principles and The Privacy Act. This policy explains how we collect, use and safeguard personal information that is provided to us.


We collect personal Information for a number of reasons, from various providers who are required to disclose the information for the purpose of conducting business with us. This includes authorised financial transactions with individuals and their associated service providers.


Our web site contains links to third party sites. Even though these are, primarily, State or Federal Government sites we are unable to ensure the accuracy of the content and are not responsible for the privacy practices of these websites.


We store information in different ways, including in paper and electronic form. The security of your personal information is important to us and we take reasonable steps to protect it from misuse, loss and unauthorised access, modification or disclosure. Some of the ways we do this are:

  • Confidentiality requirements for employees

  • Document storage security policies

  • Security measures for systems access

  • Allowing access to personal information where the individual has satisfied identification requirements

  • Access control for our buildings


You have rights under the National Privacy Principles to access the Personal Information we hold about you. To request access to this information please email the Privacy Officer at [email protected] or mail your request to PO Box 3094 Balgownie NSW 2519.

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