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Principals and contractors need to be aware that in not registering security interests under the PPSA 2009, they may risk serious consequences.
The Treasury has released exposure drafts of amendments to the Corporations Act and Corporations Regulations to implement the government’s proposed changes to the FoFA regime.
There have been amendments to the Queensland Building and Construction Commission Act 1991, previously the Queensland Building Services Authority Act.
Last year was another big year for the agricultural sector in Australia, and if current market, policymaker and media interest is any guide then 2014 should be no different.
This briefing discusses key telecommunication regulatory issues for foreign companies that want to provide cloud computing services in China.
In the midst of its rapid economic development, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has finally determined to change its domestic currency market.
Foreign companies operating in certain complex or sensitive industries in China need to do more than instil an anti-corruption policy.
Catalogue of investment projects subject to government verifications overhauls Chinese outbound investment regulatory regime
The State Council promulgated on 2 December 2013 the Catalogue of Investment Projects Subject to Governmental Verifications (2013).
Is the safety, competitiveness and efficiency of Australia’s payment systems important to your organisation? Will recent and foreshadowed changes affect you?
Record fines and unprecedented investigations into bribery and competition violations signal a clear message to multinational firms to re-evaluate how they do business in China.
Early indications are that the free-trade zone will liberalise foreign investment into China, particularly in the financial services sector, and not just in Shanghai.
Australia’s root-and-branch Financial System Inquiry is progressing, with details of the final terms of reference, the full panel and the process released last week.
This alert considers what developments we can expect to see in the year ahead and how this growing movement towards global tax information exchange will affect financial institutions.
An in-depth understanding of the unique legal environment in China is essential to fully understand compliance requirements.
Superannuation discussion paper released addressing regulation, governance, transparency and competition
The Commonwealth assistant treasurer has released a discussion paper, Better regulation and governance, enhanced transparency and improved competition in superannuation, for public consultation.
The Court of Appeal has recast the guidance concerning the circumstances in which the English Court should stay patent proceedings before pending the outcome of related EPO proceedings.
The Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Amendment Bill 2013 has now been passed and will come into effect on a day to be appointed by proclamation.
The Queensland government has released the Property Occupations Bill 2013, which is expected to address property industry concerns about contract disclosures.
It has been more than three years since the Financial Conduct Authority brought into effect its ‘new’ penalties regime for regulatory misconduct.
Through new legislation, we can read the the China Securities Regulatory Commission’s attitude regarding path selection on the reform of the asset-management business.