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Aussie IM Phase 4 double whammy

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Opinions obviously vary, but for me there are very few opportunities to be glad not to be Australian. Here is one for already punch-drunk IM lawyers and compliance personnel.

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Aussie IM Phase 4 double whammy

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Bill: More work for Phase 4 UMR, if we're unlucky.


Opinions obviously vary, but for me there are very few opportunities to be glad not to be Australian. Here is one for already punch-drunk IM lawyers and compliance personnel. The largest four banks in New Zealand are Australian-owned- ANZ, ASB, BNZ and Westpac. New Zealand is not a G20 member and has therefore been (relatively) […]

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US, HK and OZ join the MIFID 2 circle of trust

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In another last-minute MiFID 2 fix, the EC yesterday adopted decisions recognising the equivalent status of securities exchanges in Australia, Hong Kong and the US. “It is important that European firms can trade shares on international markets. Access to major international trading venues will boost the EU’s competitive position as a financial center,” the EU executive’s vice […]

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Director Duties and Legal Safe Harbours: A Comparative Analysis

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Posted by Jennifer Hill & Matthew Conaglen, University of Sydney, on Wednesday, April 26, 2017

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The Trajectory of American Corporate Governance: Shareholder Empowerment and Private Ordering Combat

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Posted by Jennifer G. Hill, University of Sydney, on Monday, March 6, 2017

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An Empirical Analysis of Public Enforcement of Directors’ Duties in Australia

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Posted by Jasper Hedges, University of Melbourne, on Thursday, June 9, 2016
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Women Directors and Participation on Key Committees

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Posted by Carol Bowie, Institutional Shareholder Services, Inc., on Wednesday, June 8, 2016
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Carol Bowie is Head of Americas Research at Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS). This post is based on a recent publication authored by ISS U.S. Research analyst Rob Yates.

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NAB Pay rolls out on Android smart phones

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Mobile paymentsNAB has launched its new mobile payment service NAB Pay, designed to enable customers to use their mobile phone to make purchases, without the need for a physical card. Customers with a compatible Android mobile device and a NAB Visa Debit Card have been able to start using NAB Pay from 25 January, available as part of the NAB Mobile Internet Banking App.

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ANZ extends IBM partnership with £200m+ strategic deal for cloud-based innovation lab

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ANZ has had a relationship with IBM for 40 years

ANZ has had a relationship with IBM for 40 years

ANZ has signed a five-year, A$450 million (£208 million) strategic agreement with IBM, the centrepiece of which is the establishment of a cloud-based Innovation Lab based on IBM’s Bluemix cloud development platform-as-a-service.

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ESMA recognises 10 Third-Country CCPs

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ESMA has today recognised ten third-country CCPs as authorised to offer services and activities in the Union. Each CCP comes from four jurisdictions previously assessed as equivalent by the EC. The full list includes the classes of financial instruments covered by the recognition. A short summary follows: Australia: ASX Clear (Futures) Pty Limited, ASX Clear […]

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