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TGIF 12 July 2019: It is conclusive: how a lender can prove the existence and quantum of debt
Conclusive evidence clauses must be carefully drafted to ensure that the certificates will prove exactly what they mean.
Australia
13 Jul 2019
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The foreign AFS licence regime has arrived: what does it mean for foreign investment managers?
The Foreign AFSL requires foreign financial services providers (FFSPs) to apply for a modified form of the AFS licence.
Australia
10 Jul 2019
3
Corrs advises syndicate on A$281 million listed managed investment trust IPO
Article discusses Corrs advising syndicate on listed managed investment trust IPO.
Australia
26 Jun 2019
4
Warranty and indemnity insurance: does it provide value on public M&A transactions?
Warranty and indemnity (W&I) insurance has become a ubiquitous part of negotiated M&A in the Australian market.
Australia
27 May 2019
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AMP class actions: NSW Supreme Court provides guidance on factors to be considered in competing class actions
The NSW Supreme Court was required to decide which plaintiff had the right to prosecute a class action against AMP.
Australia
27 May 2019
6
Attracting capital from financial investors in the current climate
This article examines 7 considerations for entities looking to maximise the benefit of non-public institutional capital.
Australia
21 May 2019
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Trends in Australian loan markets and the role of alternative lenders
2019 Australian loan trends have included more Asian banks, with increased participation from institutional investors.
Australia
21 May 2019
8
Human rights as an ethical framework for corporate governance
Organisations can meet community expectations of corporate conduct by ensuring consistency with human rights norms.
Australia
20 May 2019
9
A US state of mind: the end of conciliatory financial regulation in Australia
ASIC has reinvented its enforcement function as one which looks similar to the aggressive posture favoured by the US SEC.
Australia
20 May 2019
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Prove it or lose it: Court allows appeal on rejected proofs, calling company liquidation into question
Several proofs of debt were wrongly admitted or rejected; if correct, the company would not be put into liquidation.
Australia
12 Apr 2019
11
Long road to nowhere: Mortgagee denied possession when default not established
The court found that there was no default by borrowers which entitled the lender to possession of the security property.
Australia
11 Apr 2019
12
Updated ASX Corporate Governance Principles released – a crisis too good to waste?
The community's trust in corporate Australia is at a low point so the Council is trying to rebuild trust and confidence.
Australia
15 Mar 2019
13
Fire lit from the Banking Royal Commission – Looming changes to the superannuation regime
As these two superannuation bills progress through parliament, RSE licensees should prepare for significant changes.
Australia
11 Mar 2019
14
What lies ahead for the financial advice industry post Banking Royal Commission?
The Commission's final report made more than 16 recommendations that impact on the Australian financial advice industry.
Australia
1 Mar 2019
15
Where will the buck stop? Attribution of wrongdoing in a post Banking Royal Commission era
Responsibility for misconduct was an overarching theme in the public hearings and in the final report of the Commission.
Australia
27 Feb 2019
16
The super priority of Authorised Deposit-taking Institutions (ADIs) under the PPSA regime
The ADI's unregistered security interest was protected over the registered security interest of a secured creditor.
Australia
21 Feb 2019
17
Sticks and stones: Banking Royal Commission Final Report signals further regulatory shake up for superannuation
The Recommendations recognised the importance of improving the regulation and supervision of the superannuation industry.
Australia
14 Feb 2019
18
Beyond the Banking Royal Commission: 9 key implications of the Hayne Report for corporate Australia
Although the focus of the Commission was on the financial sector, many of the issues were common across other industries.
Australia
11 Feb 2019
19
Green Bonds Series: Part 3 - How green is your green bond?
This article takes a closer look at the standards which underpin green finance, and considers how green is 'green'.
Australia
31 Jan 2019
20
Directions engineered: Conduct justified – Substantive rights not affected
The liquidator was justified in making distributions to creditors despite claims by employees for leave entitlements.
Australia
19 Dec 2018
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