The core advantage of the MLP framework is the ability to bypass the traditional expression of interest and tendering process for major...
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The core advantage of the MLP framework is the ability to bypass the traditional expression of interest and tendering process for major infrastructure projects.
Changes to the Commonwealth Procurement Rules (CPRs), including a requirement to consider the “economic benefit of the procurement to the Australian economy".
An overview Takeovers Panel decisions in 2016 - key lessons, considerations and issues you need to be aware of.
The Government has introduced the Corporations Amendment (Crowd-Sourced Funding) Bill 2016 into the House of Representatives to facilitate CSEF.
There are competing views about what the right data sharing model in Australia should look like, but there are also certain common elements that will be present for any such model to be successful.
Guidance Note 47 (new tax conditions for foreign investment approvals) contains difficult concepts in the standard conditions & a reporting template for compliance with annual reporting requirements.
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King & Wood Mallesons’ China Consultant, David Olsson, has been appointed as one of nine New Colombo Plan Business Champions to lift knowledge of the Indo-Pacific in Australia.
King & Wood Mallesons acted for Citi on a 10-year deal to distribute Wesfarmers’ Coles branded credit cards.
KWM advised Quadrant Private Equity on two recent acquisitions (Cruise Whitsunday and Rottnest Express) to add to its portfolio of experience-related travel assets.
KWM assisted QIC, on behalf of its clients QIC Global Infrastructure Fund and Future Fund, on the first acquisition of the $3 billion Powering Australian Renewables Fund.
King & Wood Mallesons has advised Quadrant Private Equity portfolio company Urban Purveyor Group on its acquisition of Rockpool Group.
Palisade’s Renewable Energy Fund (PREF) has a mandate to invest approximately A$500m in the Australian renewable energy market, with a key focus on wind and solar assets.
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Practical, expert advice on cyber security for Australia directors and officers written by Australian thought leaders from the public and private sector.
China’s significance in today’s global economy calls for businesses to understand the realities of enforcing a judgment against Chinese-held assets.
The sixth edition of Crossing Borders, our review of developments in international arbitration, focuses on the enforcement of arbitration awards.
An increased threat of class actions is the ‘new normal’ for Australian businesses as FY16 saw 35 actions launched. We discuss key trends and consider what’s next in Australia and abroad.
An overview of the legal, taxation, FIRB and structuring issues, including practical considerations and risk mitigation strategies.
International guide covering the anti-bribery and corruption regimes of the following regions: Australia, Belgium, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Spain, UAE and UK.