By Sarah Davies
In Sugarloaf Hill Nominees Pty Ltd v Rewards Projects Ltd  WASC 19, the Western Australian Supreme Court recently had to consider the law relating to a director’s liability for the acts of the responsible entity in circumstances where the responsible entity was being sued by investors in a scheme who had lost their capital.
By Chris Mee
In late January, the Treasury released an options paper (www.mcmahonclarke.com/ckfinder/userfiles/files/DM315546.pdf) as part of the future of financial advice reforms requesting feedback and comments for possible options for a new regime for the distinction between wholesale and retails clients.
By John Lane-Mullins
All companies and funds (whether listed or not) that are
serious about quality outcomes for shareholders and investors
will strive to follow best practice in corporate governance.
By Chris Mee
At an industry stakeholder liaison meeting in May, the
Australian Securities and Investments Commission advised
it was observing poor compliance with the continuous disclosure
obligations under the Corporations Act 2001 by
unlisted disclosing entities
By Nicole Singer
Extending an offer of securities to investors in New Zealand
has just been made easier.
By Sabine Sand
As the selling season for investments in agricultural projects is underway, it is timely to remind you about compliance with the Corporations Act 2001 (the Act) requirements imposed on responsible entities when marketing and distributing projects.
By Langton Clarke
On 20 December 2005, the Corporations Amendment Regulations 2005 (No. 5) (the Regulations) came into effect.