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Equity crowdfunding gets moving in Australia

A legislative framework for public companies to raise funds by issuing ordinary shares to a large pool of investors without being listed on a stock exchange, using the...

14 September 2017

"Know Your Token": A guide to participating in token sales

Token sales are rapidly gaining momentum as the darling of capital raising in the digital economy.

31 July 2017

ICLG Securitisation 2017: Guide to Australian, Hong Kong and PRC law

The International Comparative Legal Guide Securitisation 2017 covers common issues in securitisation laws and regulations. Here are the Australia, Hong Kong and China chapters.

27 April 2017

Crowd-sourced Funding Bill passes Senate

Key features and limitations of the Corporations Amendment (Crowd-sourced Funding) Bill 2016, an important step forward in the development of equity crowd-sourced funding in Australia.

22 March 2017
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Life insurance reform – Are we there yet? No.

The passing of the Corporations Amendment (Life Insurance Remuneration Arrangements) Bill 2017 marks another milestone for ongoing reforms in the Australian life insurance sector.

13 February 2017
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First glimpse of game-changing reforms to product design and distribution, and ASIC’s intervention powers

The Australian government has requested feedback and comments on the measures outlined in the Proposals Paper.

15 December 2016
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Follow the crowd: CSEF Bill reintroduced

The Government has introduced the Corporations Amendment (Crowd-Sourced Funding) Bill 2016 into the House of Representatives to facilitate CSEF.

28 November 2016

Same album, different track – Control effects in rights issues – insights from recent Panel decisions

Recent decisions of the Panel provide valuable insights into the various factors it will consider when determining whether unacceptable circumstances arise.

24 November 2016

Fast forward - Class actions in China

While the term “class action” is not known under PRC law, “representative actions” are recognised under the Civil Procedure Law with mechanisms for claims.

26 August 2016
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RMB-denominated securities in Austraclear now live

Today, ASX Austraclear’s ability to support the issuance, settlement and holding of RMB-denominated securities went live.

01 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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ASIC issues IPO wake up call, with new due diligence guidance

ASIC has highlighted concerns with current due diligence practices in the IPO industry, particularly for small to medium IPOs.

15 July 2016

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