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ASIC enforcement priorities: what do they mean for insurers?
Businesses should regularly review their insurance policies and consider the scope of cover and existing policy limits.
Australia
13 Nov 2017
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National Consumer Protection Amendment (Home Loans and Credit Cards) Bill 2011 passed by Parliament
Bill amends the National Consumer Credit Protection Act 2009 (NCCP Act) making changes that will affect all lenders who provide standard home loans and credit card contracts.
Australia
11 Jul 2011
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Commonwealth Regulation of Consumer Credit Insurance
On 15 December 2009, the National Consumer Credit Protection Act 2009 (Cth) received royal assent. This was a key step in the transfer of responsibility for the regulation of consumer credit from the States and Territories to the Commonwealth, which had been agreed at a series of meetings of the Council of Australian Governments in 2008.
Australia
30 Jul 2010
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National Consumer Credit Protection Act 2009
The recently enacted National Consumer Credit Protection Act 2009 (National Credit Act) establishes a new national licensing regime for the regulation of consumer credit in Australia. The new regime includes a licensing requirement. If you currently engage in a credit activity, such as providing credit or advice in relation to credit, you may need to register with ASIC before 30 June 2010. Failure to register in time will result in you being required to cease the credit activities as of 1 July 2
Australia
2 Mar 2010
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Consumer Credit Protection Reform: Amended Regulations Released For Public Comment
On 20 November 2009, the Government released draft amended Regulations and explanatory materials for the National Consumer Credit Protection Reform Package (NCCP Package) for public consultation.
Australia
24 Nov 2009
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7 Fun Facts About The New National Credit Code
The regulation of credit providing is about to undergo significant changes in Australia. The new National Credit Code will be effective from 1 July 2010 and will result in uniform credit regulation across Australia, with ASIC becoming the sole national regulator.
Australia
16 Nov 2009
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National Consumer Credit Protection Reform Package: Bills Passed On 26 October 2009
The National Consumer Credit Protection Reform Package (NCCP Package), comprising of the 3 Bills, the National Consumer Credit Protection Bill 2009 (NCCP Bill), the National Consumer Credit Protection (Fees) Bill 2009 and the National Consumer Credit Protection (Transitional and Consequential Provision) Bill 2009, were passed by the Senate on 26 October 2009 and are awaiting assent.
Australia
28 Oct 2009
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Changes To National Consumer Credit Protection Legislation Announced By The Federal Government
On 17 September 2009, the Minister for Financial Services, Superannuation and Corporate Law, Chris Bowen MP, announced a number of changes to the National Consumer Credit Protection legislation, following recommendations by the Senate Economics Committee.
Australia
21 Sep 2009
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Senate Inquiry Into The National Consumer Credit Protection Reform Package: Inquiry Report Released
The National Consumer Credit Protection Reform Package (NCCP Package) was referred to the Senate Economics Legislation Committee on 25 June 2009 for inquiry. The Committee’s inquiry report was released on 7 September 2009.
Australia
8 Sep 2009
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Financiers, Credit Providers And Business Owners – Business-To-Business Transactions To Be Exempt From Proposed National Consumer Protection Laws
On 25 June 2009 the Federal government introduced the National Consumer Credit Protection Bill 2009 into the House of Representatives. The bill is designed to protect consumers from unfair terms in standard form contracts.
Australia
30 Jun 2009
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National Consumer Credit Protection Bill Introduced
The National Consumer Credit Protection Bill 2009 (Bill) was introduced into Parliament today together with other consequential Bills which together comprise the National Consumer Credit Protection legislative package (Legislative Package).
Australia
26 Jun 2009
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National Consumer Credit Reform Package Released For Public Comment
The new reform package includes the National Consumer Credit Protection Bill 2009 and the National Consumer Credit Protection (Transitional and Consequential Provisions) Bill 2009 which were released as exposure drafts.
Australia
1 May 2009
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FCA Submission On Consumer Credit Changes
The Franchise Council of Australia moved swiftly to ensure the Federal Government was aware of the industry position in relation to possible unintended consequences of the Federal Government's consultation paper 'An Australian Consumer Law: Fair markets - Confident consumers' consultation paper.
Australia
8 Apr 2009
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One Step Closer To New National Consumer Credit Laws For Australia
A 2-stage plan was agreed by the Premiers and Chief Ministers at the COAG meeting in Perth on 2 October 2008.
Australia
10 Oct 2008
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