"Things have not changed at this point in time," Mr Medcraft said.
It also updated the committee on its work to tighten regulations in the debenture sector following the collapse of Banksia Securities last year.
Investors lost more than $100 million when Trio Capital moved money overseas using a network of dodgy offshore funds.
"The next day, ASIC formally commenced an investigation. We have formally engaged with Mr Jonathan Moylan from the Frontline Action on Coal and our investigation is continuing," Mr Medcraft told the committee.
ASIC plans to introduce minimum capital requirements and give auditors of debenture schemes more power.
On Monday, ASIC expects to release two reports on high frequency trading (HFT) and dark liquidity pools. It set up two taskforces last year to "promote market integrity by taking action against possible misconduct in the dark and through HFT". The reports will reveal whether ASIC wants to introduce new rules or reform existing laws.
Bad news for Trio investors
The company's share price tumbled after Mr Moylan issued a fake press release titled: "ANZ divests from Maules Creek Project", which suggested the bank had pulled funding and the company's mining project would not proceed.
However, Mr Medcraft did criticise a Trio Capital investor advocate, Paul Matters, who claims ASIC leaked information to Trio directors.
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"Mr Matters said on ABC radio and on YouTube that he had been leaked a Trio Capital bank statement showing $74 million had been lost immediately after ASIC became involved in the investigation. This is completely incorrect. The Air Max Tavas
funds were distributed by the administrator to a number of subsidiary Trio super funds," Mr Medcraft said.
Mr Medcraft said ASIC was still investigating Trio with the help of the Australian Crime Commission and Australian Federal Police. However, last year it had insufficient evidence to charge the man considered the mastermind behind Trio, Jack Flader.
"From the debenture side of things, there are some business model issues that I have observed over the years in terms of failure. The people who operate those businesses probably did not put enough money into them at the start. They take investments short term and then lend long term [so] they are susceptible to capital problems. And on a number of occasions the management of bad loans was not as effective as it might have been."
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ASIC does not believe that another director, Paul Gresham (previously known as Tony Maher), who was recently questioned in a liquidator's examination, has any assets in Australia or overseas that could be returned to shareholders.
There is no good news for investors who lost money through Trio Capital, with senior staff from the corporate watchdog revealing on Friday they still do not have enough evidence to charge the man behind one of Australia's biggest superannuation scams.
However, investigations into Trio continue, and the chair of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, Greg Medcraft, gave politicians a confidential briefing about Trio following a Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services hearing in Air Max Tavas White And Grey Sydney.
Mr Price added that related party transactions were a common problem in investment schemes that have collapsed in recent years, including Trio and agricultural schemes. Related Red Air Max 2015 Womens
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party transactions occur when directors of one company transfer money to another company of which they are also directors.
Mr Medcraft also confirmed the commission has met with environmental activist, Jonathan Moylan, who in January pulled a hoax on Whitehaven Coal.
The corporate watchdog still does not have enough evidence to charge the man behind one of Australia's biggest superannuation scams.
"ASIC officers are not in the business of leaking documents and this is a serious smear on the men and women who work at our organisation. Mr Matters should substantiate this allegation."
And commissioner John Price updated the committee on investigations into debenture issuers. Last year Banksia Securities collapsed, owing more than $600 million to investors, who have been told they may get between 50 and 65 for every dollar they invested.
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