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Corporate governance and ethics post-Banking RC: could a human rights approach be the answer?
Perhaps an ethical corporate culture consistent with internationally-recognised human rights norms is a necessary model.
Australia
13 Jun 2019
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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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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
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Tails will wag on the Belt and Road - Chinese outbound investment in 2018
In 2018, we expect a cautious recovery of Chinese outbound investment with a particular focus on assets and industries.
Australia
5 Mar 2018
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ICOs are everywhere and nowhere: How do you regulate a blockchain?
ICO opportunities are vast and the law will need to get back to basics to make sure issuers deal fairly with investors.
Australia
7 Nov 2017
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Doing business in Australia 2017
Doing Business in Australia answers common questions and issues raised by foreign investors, importers and exporters.
Australia
16 Oct 2017
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Court of Appeal clarifies restrictions in responsible entity voting
While there are many similarities between companies and managed investment funds, in some ways they are very different.
Australia
1 Aug 2016
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Foreign investment in Australia – The more things change...
Regulatory changes prompted some concerns but foreign bidders continue to outnumber domestic acquisitions in public M&A.
Australia
8 Jun 2016
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China - When the winds of change blow, some people build walls and others build windmills
Chinese outbound M&A in 2016 is likely to continue to focus on acquisitions of mature businesses in developed countries.
Australia
7 Jun 2016
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Public M&A activity - Where it's all happening
2015 saw a drop in the volume of public M&A deals above $25 million, but a significant increase in overall deal value.
Australia
7 Jun 2016
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Year of the Monkey – Riding the third wave of Chinese investment
Chinese outbound M&A in 2016 is likely to continue to focus on acquisitions of mature businesses in developed countries.
Australia
22 Feb 2016
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Making way for the innovation nation – Not being afraid to fail
If Australia is serious about supporting innovation through venture capital, we need to improve our insolvency rules.
Australia
8 Dec 2015
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ASX 200 boards are getting younger
The average age of directors in the top ASX 200 companies is falling and directors under 40 years are becoming popular.
Australia
7 May 2015
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Collective action back in focus
The global wave of shareholder activism has prompted ASIC to revise its guidance on investor engagement.
Australia
22 Mar 2015
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Insights of activists and activism: Why we have seen a rise in activist funds examining Australian listed entities for opportunities
The recent attention to "activist shareholders" in Australia has seen them get a more sympathetic ear from fund managers.
Australia
2 Sep 2014
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Proposed removal of 100-member rule for shareholder meetings - Are its nine lives finally up?
If the proposed amendment to remove the shareholder rule proceeds, it is the end of a long campaign for its removal.
Australia
17 Apr 2014
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David Jones share trading: Insider trading rules come under the spotlight once more
Criticism of ASIC reached new heights following a decision not to prosecute David Jones' directors for insider trading.
Australia
15 Feb 2014
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First you get the money - privately owned enterprises and the Chinese economy
The Third Plenum's has recognised the significance of a vibrant private sector to the Chinese economy.
Australia
13 Jan 2014
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Reverse Break Fees Payable Upfront - The New Name of the PRC M&A Game
In gazumping Rockwood's existing offer, Tianqi has shown an astute appreciation of the competitiveness of the M&A game.
Australia
19 Jan 2013
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A Win For Common Sense - Not A Blow To Continuous Disclosure - But Perhaps It's Time For A New Way Forward...
ASIC is considering the impact of the High Court's Fortescue Metals decision on the continuous disclosure requirements.
Australia
8 Oct 2012
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