King & Wood Mallesons and the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc. have published a new whitepaper that sets out practical steps for...
King & Wood Mallesons and the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc. have published a new whitepaper that sets out practical steps for developing smart derivatives contracts.
New developments and considerations when Arbitrating ISDA master agreements
This article was written by Tim Klineberg and Carone Huang.The new ipso facto reform will commence on and from this Sunday, 1 July 2018. Rights in contracts, agreements...
It provides advice on the design and implementation of Australia’s Open Banking system and is the first stage in a broader consumer data right.
Analysis of the 2017-18 Australian Federal Budget's changes to personal tax including several significant measures relating to residential real estate.
The House Of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics released its Major Banks Second Report's recommendations - what they mean and our predictions.
ASIC has claimed its first scalp for breaches of the “best interests” and “appropriate advice” obligations incorporated into the Freedom of Financial Advice (FOFA) reforms.
In April 2016, the Federal Government committed to the introduction of a new tax and regulatory framework for two new types of collective investment vehicles (each a “CIV”)...
Yesterday, Standards Australia released its Roadmap for Blockchain Standards; marking its role at the forefront of international standards and setting the blueprint for Australia's leadership.
The Australian government has requested feedback and comments on the measures outlined in the Proposals Paper.
Recent IOOF and Hastie decisions: when privilege can be claimed while a class action is under investigation. Whose privilege is it, and what does it apply to?
We consider the High Court decision in Timbercorp, in which it confirmed that individual defences may be preserved even after a class action is dismissed