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ASIC extends licensing relief for foreign financial service providers (FFSPs) to 31 March 2020
ASIC Consultation Paper 315 also implements a foreign licensing regime and introduces new funds management relief.
Australia
20 Sep 2019
2
Financial services wrap up
Update on the financial services industry & discusses implementation of recommendations after the Royal Commission.
Australia
18 Sep 2019
3
Financial services monthly wrap-up
This monthly financial newsletter includes summaries and notices of new developments by both ASIC and APRA.
Australia
5 Aug 2019
4
Open banking - a step forward in the Consumer Data Right legal framework
Article comments that the CDR is a step closer to implementation and contains a link to a previous update containing advice.
Australia
30 Jul 2019
5
The proposed Australian corporate collective investment vehicle (CCIV)
An important factor in the success of the new CCIV is to make it an attractive alternative to the existing MIS regime.
Australia
16 Jul 2019
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What do ASIC proposals mean for foreign financial services providers (FFSPs)?
ASIC Consultation Paper 315 raises a number of questions and issues, with feedback and comments due by 9 August 2019.
Australia
11 Jul 2019
7
ASIC proposes to extend FFSP relief to 31 March 2020 and new funds management relief
ASIC proposes licensing relief for foreign financial services providers of funds management services in Australia.
Australia
8 Jul 2019
8
Financial services monthly wrap up
The article includes new and updated reforms from ASIC and APRA, including the updated corporate whistleblower regime.
Australia
7 Jul 2019
9
Open banking around the world: A global comparative guide
Open banking fosters competition and innovation within the financial services industry - a better banking experience.
Australia
 
6 Jul 2019
10
It is time to act! Consumer Data Right (CDR) in the banking sector is looming
CDR will allow Australians to access their financial data and aims to encourage more competition in the banking sector.
Australia
28 Jun 2019
11
Syndicated loans - Australian competition law primer
Syndicated lending is a well-established way for banks to share risk in financing projects, but can reduce competition.
Australia
17 Jun 2019
12
Spotlight on risk management: APRA commissioned self-assessments of governance, accountability and culture
APRA's recently released Information Paper indicates APRA focus areas for the upcoming period of regulatory supervision.
Australia
15 Jun 2019
13
ESG Insight
ESG Insight is a dedicated online resource to help assess, monitor and disclose the sustainability of EU investments.
Australia
 
7 Jun 2019
14
Financial services monthly wrap up - May 2019
Article discusses developments in the financial industry and other industry news.
Australia
4 Jun 2019
15
The Financial Services Royal Commission final report
The central objective was to examine what could be done to avoid the misconduct in the FS sectors being repeated.
Australia
23 May 2019
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Financial services monthly wrap up
Responses to the Banking Royal Commission have included proposed new funding, updated policies, and draft legislation.
Australia
23 May 2019
17
Financial services wrap up
Article summarises and contains links to articles about the financial services industry.
Australia
22 May 2019
18
Treasury Laws Amendment (Design and Distribution Obligations and Product Intervention Power) Bill 2018
New laws impose obligations to hold more direct responsibility for ensuring that the right products end up in the right hands.
Australia
22 May 2019
19
Financial services monthly wrap up
Article summarises the increase in powers & responsibilities of both ASIC & APRA in relation to financial services.
Australia
22 May 2019
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Stallion Eight Shipping Co SA v Natwest Markets Plc – reaffirming creditor rights to secure claims via ship arrest
Creditors in the shipping industry with a maritime claim can secure their claims relatively easily by arresting a ship.
Australia
18 May 2019
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