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20.07.2022

Financial Services Legislation | ENews July 2022

WEBINAR RECORDING NOW ONLINE What we’ve heard and where to next   Delve into the praise and critique of the ALRC’s proposals and questions raised in Interim Report A of the Financial Services Legislation Inquiry in this recorded webinar held on Friday 17 June 2022. Watch the recording to understand what we’ve heard so far, and

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14.06.2022

ALRC In Brief | June 2022

President and Commissioner awarded the Order of Australia The ALRC congratulates the Honourable Justices Sarah Derrington and John Middleton on their appointment to the Order of Australia, recognised in the 2022 Queen’s Birthday Honours list. On behalf of the entire team at the ALRC, General Counsel, Mr Matt Corrigan warmly congratulates Justices Derrington and Middleton: “It

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14.06.2022

Financial Services Legislation | ENews June 2022

WEBINAR RECORDING NOW ONLINE What goes where? A comparative discussion of the legislative puzzle On Tuesday 24 May 2022, the Australian Law Reform Commission hosted a webinar featuring a panel of international experts to compare and discuss the approach of regulatory design in different jurisdictions. Panel: The Hon Justice Colvin, Part-time Commissioner, Australian Law Reform Commission and

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13.05.2022

ALRC In Brief | May 2022

UPCOMING EVENTS What goes where? A comparative discussion of the legislative puzzle  Tuesday 24 May 2022 at 4.30pm AEST (90 minutes duration) 2.30pm AWST, HKT, SGT | 6.30pm NZST | 7.30am BST Join a panel of international experts from Hong Kong, NZ, Singapore, and the UK to discuss regulatory design and the hierarchy of laws. REGISTER TO ATTEND

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12.05.2022

Financial Services Legislation | ENews May 2022

UPCOMING EVENTS What goes where? A comparative discussion of the legislative puzzle  Tuesday 24 May 2022 at 4.30pm AEST (90 minutes duration) 2.30pm AWST, HKT, SGT | 6.30pm NZST | 7.30am BST Join a panel of international experts from Hong Kong, NZ, Singapore, and the UK to discuss regulatory design and the hierarchy of laws. REGISTER TO ATTEND

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11.04.2022

ALRC InBrief | April 2022

WEBINAR INVITATION 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

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06.04.2022

Financial Services Legislation | ENews April 2022

WEBINAR INVITATION 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

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29.03.2022

Financial Services Legislation | ENews March 2022

New Background Paper: Risk and Reform In a new Background Paper — Risk and Reform in Australian Financial Services Law (FSL5) — the Australian Law Reform Commission explores how an evolution in thinking about risk has been an important driver of financial services law reform. In particular, the Paper reveals how the ‘shifting sands’ of regulatory approaches have resulted

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23.02.2022

Financial Services Legislation | ENews February 2022

Submissions closing Submissions in response to Interim Report A close on 25 February 2022. The Australian Law Reform Commission seeks feedback on 16 proposals and 8 questions in relation to the reform of corporations and financial services legislation. The ALRC’s first Interim Report – as part of a three-year review of complexity in Commonwealth legislation regulating corporations and financial

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25.01.2022

Financial Services Legislation | ENews January 2022

Join our upcoming webinars (Re)viewing Twin Peaks in Australia and Abroad Thursday 27 January 2022, 6pm-7.30pm (AEDT) This free webinar will examine the Twin Peaks model of financial regulation in Australia and internationally. The webinar will feature a panel of prominent speakers, including former Chairs of APRA and ASIC, who will talk about the evolution and impact

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