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Australian Government releases licensing relief options for foreign financial services providers

New beginnings - Class actions in the UK

The UK’s class action regime has been in place for less than a year, but it has already attracted a £19 billion collective action against MasterCard.

26 August 2016
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Kicking the tyres before lighting the fires: Design-thinking a blockchain health-check

Technical and non-technical questions that a successfully networked application of blockchain integrated with financial systems should be able to address.

02 August 2016
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10 things you need to know about crowd-sourced equity funding reforms in Australia

Proposed crowd-sourced equity funding reforms and the way they can transform fundraising in Australia.

19 July 2016
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10 things you need to know about insurtech

Insurtech is the transformation of the insurance industry through mobile apps and new technologies such as wearable devices, telematics and artificial intelligence.

12 July 2016
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How to use humans to make “smart contracts” truly smart

Strip away the hype. Decode the buzzwords. We propose a new "DnA" architecture for smart contracts, a blend of human and machine, available open source.

07 July 2016
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10 things you need to know about smart contracts

This article was written by Scott Farrell, Annabel Griffin, Roslyn Hinchliffe and Claire Warren.10 points on the what, how and why of smart contract architecture in financial markets...

30 June 2016
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Australian Federal Budget 2016-17: Personal Tax

Personal tax changes and reforms announced in the Australian Federal Budget 2016-17.

03 May 2016

Resilience on collateral and collateral on resilience: New financial markets laws introduced to Australian parliament

A long-awaited bill introduced to enable an easier connection between Australian financial institutions and the international risk-management marketplace.

17 March 2016
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Managed Investment Trusts: Great news for the AMIT Bill!

Senate Economic Legislation Committee recommends the passing of Tax Laws Amendment (New Tax System for Managed Investment Trusts) Bill 2015.

10 March 2016

Getting CRS: Australian implementing legislation finalised

The next FATCA reporting deadline is 31 July 2016. It is now time for Australian financial institutions to move on CRS.

08 March 2016

Clarity at last: Liquidators and receivers not required to account to the ATO under s 254 without an assessment

s 254 does not impose an obligation on trustees to retain funds sufficient to pay tax unless relevant assessment issued.

10 December 2015

Make Up Your Mind – reduce your penalty from $19 million to $1 million

The recent decisions in Cash Store and Make It Mine reached very different penalty outcomes for breaches of similar obligations.

09 December 2015

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