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Holding Redlich
It could be another great year for overseas investment in Australia, with increasing interest from overseas businesses.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The Scheme makes transparent attempts by 'foreign principals' to influence governmental and political decision-making.
Marque Lawyers
With new laws and a Federal election coming, it is a good time to check your compliance with political donation laws.
Jones Day
Like many countries, Australia is taking a careful look at proposed investments by foreign entities, particularly when certain sensitive industries or a government agency are involved.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Recent changes to the way the US regulates foreign investment in its technology assets contrast with Australia's approach.
Pointon Partners
The FIRB will not give approval if you are buying second-hand property, intended to be used as an investment property.
Holding Redlich
The article summarises some of the legal issues for investors when acquiring an existing hotel or developing a new hotel.
McCullough Robertson
This article discusses the need to obtain FIRB approval and how FIRB approval requirements can affect your business.
Cooper Grace Ward
Decision demonstrates importance of national interest factors when a foreign proposal is being assessed under the FIRB regime.
Aitken Lawyers
If you are intending to buy the second-hand property with overseas funding, you would first need to obtain FIRB approval.
Thynne & Macartney
These changes aim to ensure that potential Australian bidders have an opportunity to participate in the sale process.
Dentons
Takeover activity in the Australian public market remains robust with 29 control transactions launched in H1 2018 by either takeover bid ...
Holding Redlich
From 1 September 2018, foreign persons with 2.5% interest in Australian media companies must notify the regulator ACMA.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
FFSPs, foreign operators and investors, Australian operators and investors should consider the impact of ASIC's CP301.
Intertrust
Australia's financial services sector has become increasingly competitive, with Sydney becoming a leading financial centre for both local and foreign investors.
McCullough Robertson
ASIC Consultation Paper 301 proposes a modified regime of relief and exemptions for foreign financial services providers.
McCullough Robertson
Foreign owners of water entitlements must notify the ATO of any changes that occurred in the 2017-2018 financial year.
ClarkeKann Lawyers
The increased AFAD brings Queensland into line with southern States, like South Australia, New South Wales and Victoria.
Pinsent Masons LLP
The Victorian Budget for 2018/19 confirms the commitment of the state's Labor government to infrastructure, with overall investment in infrastructure over the next four years forecast...
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
In 2018, we expect a cautious recovery of Chinese outbound investment with a particular focus on assets and industries.
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Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The Scheme makes transparent attempts by 'foreign principals' to influence governmental and political decision-making.
Holding Redlich
It could be another great year for overseas investment in Australia, with increasing interest from overseas businesses.
Aitken Lawyers
If you are intending to buy the second-hand property with overseas funding, you would first need to obtain FIRB approval.
Pointon Partners
The FIRB will not give approval if you are buying second-hand property, intended to be used as an investment property.
McCullough Robertson
This article discusses the need to obtain FIRB approval and how FIRB approval requirements can affect your business.
Marque Lawyers
With new laws and a Federal election coming, it is a good time to check your compliance with political donation laws.
Jones Day
Like many countries, Australia is taking a careful look at proposed investments by foreign entities, particularly when certain sensitive industries or a government agency are involved.
Holding Redlich
The article summarises some of the legal issues for investors when acquiring an existing hotel or developing a new hotel.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Recent changes to the way the US regulates foreign investment in its technology assets contrast with Australia's approach.
ClarkeKann Lawyers
The increased AFAD brings Queensland into line with southern States, like South Australia, New South Wales and Victoria.
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