WEBINAR What we’ve heard and where to next

Feedback on Interim Report A of the Financial Services Legislation Inquiry.

Friday 17 June 2022
1.00pm AEST | 11.00am AWST
Attendance available online or in-person at the Federal Court of Australia in Perth.

The ALRC has received 56 submissions from a range of stakeholders in response to the 24 proposals and questions outlined in Interim Report A of the Financial Services Legislation Inquiry. Join us for a discussion of what we’ve heard and how the feedback received will shape the ALRC’s approach to the simplification of financial services and corporations laws.

Elise Bant, Professor of Private Law and Commercial Regulation at the University of Western Australia, will highlight key themes from Interim Report A and situate the ALRC’s work within the context of broader developments and debates in different areas of law.

The webinar will provide the opportunity to ‘deep dive’ into specific proposals and questions to understand both the praise and pushback from stakeholders. Participants are invited to submit questions for the Q&A portion of the session prior to and during the event.

Chair:

The Hon Justice Craig Colvin
Part-time Commissioner, Australian Law Reform Commission and Judge, Federal Court of Australia

Panel:

Professor Elise Bant
University of Western Australia Law School and Advisory Committee Member, ALRC Financial Services Legislation Inquiry

Dr William Isdale
Senior Legal Officer, Australian Law Reform Commission

Phoebe Tapley
Senior Legal Officer, Australian Law Reform Commission

Webinar: What we’ve heard and where to next

Submit questions to the panel:
financial.services@alrc.gov.au