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When Blockchain Immutability Meets Bankruptcy

When Blockchain Immutability Meets Bankruptcy

Committed settlement, a patent-pending methodology introduced by Digital Asset , could present a way to make financial transactions immutable

19 July 2019

ASIC, IOSCO and the FSB update crypto-asset views

Recent papers published by Australian and international regulators show how this now goes beyond the nature of the crypto-asset itself to include the impact that these assets and...

26 June 2019

Optus Enterprise 4.0: On Point | Open Banking

The release of the exposure draft of laws for the Consumer Data Right is the next important step in starting Open Banking in Australia

13 June 2019
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The Australian Banking Royal Commission – What Happened, What Now and Lessons for Hong Kong

The Australian Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services concluded in February. We discuss the key lessons for Hong Kong.

11 June 2019

International Comparative Legal Guide to Securitisation Laws and Regulations

The ICLG Lending & Secured Finance 2019 provides a practical cross-border guide into securitisation. Here are the Australia, Hong Kong and China chapters.

05 June 2019

International Comparative Legal Guide to: Lending & Secured Finance 2019

The ICLG Lending & Secured Finance 2019 provides a practical cross-border guide into lending and secured finance. Here are the Australia, Hong Kong and China chapters.

15 April 2019

ASIC’s new product intervention powers & 6 reasons to review retail financial and credit products now

The Treasury Laws Amendment (Design and Distribution Obligations and Product Intervention Powers) legislation has passed with amendments (including extending the regime to credit facilities). ASIC’s new intervention...

04 April 2019

ASIC and APRA roll up their sleeves

In the aftermath of the Hayne Royal Commission, ASIC has confirmed that its Office of Enforcement will focus on individual accountability of company directors and executives for breaches...

28 March 2019
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Deep dive into 2018 AGM season for ASX 200

The final report of the Royal Commission into the Financial Services Industry was released by the Government on 4 February 2019. Our experts summarise the key recommendations for...

28 March 2019
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Modern Slavery Act - New reporting obligations for large Australian companies

In the aftermath of the Hayne Royal Commission, ASIC has confirmed that its Office of Enforcement will focus on individual accountability of company directors and executives for breaches...

28 March 2019
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Tougher new penalties for corporate and financial sector misconduct

The final report of the Royal Commission into the Financial Services Industry was released by the Government on 4 February 2019. Our experts summarise the key recommendations for...

28 March 2019
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The High Court’s timely reminder on directors’ duties

In the aftermath of the Hayne Royal Commission, ASIC has confirmed that its Office of Enforcement will focus on individual accountability of company directors and executives for breaches...

28 March 2019
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