What goes where? A comparative discussion of the legislative puzzle
Tuesday 24 May 2022 at 4.30PM AEST (90 minutes)
2.30pm AWST, HKT, SGT | 6.30pm NZST | 7.30am BST
As the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) moves forward with its current inquiry into the simplification of corporations and financial services legislation, it is turning its attention to regulatory design and the hierarchy of laws.
Relevant questions include:
- How should the statutory and regulatory framework be designed to support complex areas such as financial services?
- Where should the law be located to achieve coherence and navigability?
- If the law needs detail to function, whose job should it be to provide it?
Join the ALRC as it hosts a panel of international experts from Hong Kong, New Zealand, Singapore, and the UK to discuss these and related issues.
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Submissions now online
The ALRC is committed to listening to the views of stakeholders. In November last year, submissions were invited in response to 16 proposals and 8 questions raised in the ALRC’s Financial Services Legislation Interim Report A.
Submissions, together with further consultations, surveys, workshops, and seminars, will form part of the evidence base for subsequent Interim Reports and the Final Report.
Further submissions will be invited following the release of Interim Report B later this year.
|VIEW STAKEHOLDER SUBMISSIONS
Law Council of Australia BLS Report
ALRC President the Hon Justice Derrington speaks with Professor Pamela Hanrahan and John Keeves about the ALRC’s current Inquiry.
|LISTEN TO BLS REPORT PODCAST
The ALRC has released five background papers as part of its Financial Services Legislation Inquiry.
- Initial Stakeholder Views (FSL1)
- Complexity and Legislative Design (FSL2)
- Improving the Navigability of Legislation (FSL3)
- Historical Legislative Developments (FSL4)
- Risk and Reform in Australian Financial Services Law (FSL5)
The background papers are intended to provide a high-level overview of topics of relevance to the Inquiry. Further background papers will be released throughout the duration of the Inquiry, addressing key principles and areas of research that underpin the development of recommendations.
|DOWNLOAD BACKGROUND PAPERS FSL1–FSL5
Shifting sands in the regulation of financial risk
Read the short summary article which introduces key themes arising from the latest ALRC Background Paper, Risk and Reform in Australian Financial Services Law (FSL5).
|5 MINUTE SUMMARY: BACKGROUND PAPER FSL5
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