Our research explores three approaches, legislative and non-legislative, to granting resolution powers in respect of Providers to limit losses in the event that a Provider experiences financial distress. Our briefing note on this research can be found here
Technological innovation in finance (FinTech) has been on the rise in recent years, creating new challenges for regulators. These challenges vary significantly depending on the region in question and type of economy, not least because different technologies are applied to tackle different problems.
As the financial services business community braces itself for what may emerge from the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry, the most recent issue of the Company and Securities Law Journal offers perspectives from leading academic researche
Louise Malady, Senior Research Fellow, UNSW Sydney, presented at the Inclusive Finance Research Conference at the University of Luxembourg on Nov 28, 2017. Click through to view the presentation slides.
Professor Michael Legg's latest book, the second edition of Australian Annotated Class Actions Legislation is now published. Click through to the article for more information or to purchase this publication.