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Minter Ellison competition and regulatory specialist partner Geoff Carter has said that the introduction of more non-executive directors is a good idea.
NZ-listed Infratil has agreed to sell its Australian businesses to Snowy Hydro for AUD605m. Minter Ellison advised Infratil on the strategic review.
Minter Ellison believes Australia needs a ‘macroprudential’ body with powers to address issues outside the current financial system regulatory parameters.
The FSI panel will be hard pressed to find evidence to support fundamental change to the structure of the banking sector that might flow into regulatory change, according to Richard Batten.
Trustpower has emerged as the successful bidder for a suite of green power assets of the New South Wales government.
Minter Ellison financial services partner Richard Batten has welcomed the FSI Interim Report as a comprehensive survey of all issues affecting Australia’s financial system.
Investor Daily has cited Minter Ellison’s client alert ‘FOFA regulations finally made’ prepared by financial services specialist partner Richard Batten.
ASIC cuts highlight the need for better financial planning self-regulation, according to Richard Batten from Minter Ellison.
Anna Rawlings, a partner of Minter Ellison Rudd Watts, Minter Ellison’s associated firm in New Zealand, has been appointed to that country’s Commerce Commission.
Business as usual will not be enough to secure a productive future for Australians, according to Minter Ellison’s financial services experts.
Minter Ellison’s Paul Kallenbach has told the Australian Financial Review that many companies are not prepared for the biggest change in privacy laws in a quarter-century.
Minter Ellison partner Richard Batten said there is a reluctance among licensees to apply for relief from ASIC in case it results in increased scrutiny from ASIC.
For the fourth consecutive year, Minter Ellison has been ranked as one of Australia’s ‘elite’ firms for competition law by Global Competition Review in its global survey.
The developer of Minter Ellison’s BoardTrac app has been named in the top 20 in Deloitte’s Fast 500 Asia-Pacific list of the fastest-growing companies in 2013.
Minter Ellison has provided legal advice to TPG, which has entered into a binding sale agreement to acquire 100 per cent of Telecom New Zealand Australia.