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Out of scope: excluded material in investigative forensic accounting reports
Forensic accountants must take careful instructions and note very clearly any limitations on the material available.
Australia
25 Aug 2015
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Refinements to LCR cashflow assumptions under the final APS 210
The cashflow assumptions in the final APS 210 adopt those in the Basel III liquidity framework, with some changes.
Australia
11 Feb 2014
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ASIC's annual report hit list: familiar and new faces
ASIC released a list of key areas that directors and auditors should consider when preparing FY2013/14 annual reports..
Australia
20 Jul 2013
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One ex-officeholder, multiple contracts: refreshing the statutory exemption for termination payments to executives
The statutory exemption can be refreshed each time a person signs a new contract, even if he/she continues to hold the same position.
Australia
3 Mar 2012
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Ipso facto clauses and insolvency
Australia needs to rein in ipso facto clauses to develop a turnaround culture for financially troubled companies.
Australia
9 Feb 2012
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ASIC drops proposed ban on "underlying profits", but maintains IFRS-compliant details in financial statements
ASIC is not totally opposed to the use of non-IFRS financials, but there's no room for them in financial statements.
Australia
18 Jan 2012
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Picking up the dividend pieces
Companies may have to again change procedures for determining and paying dividends if the government changes the rules.
Australia
11 Dec 2011
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UK Supreme Court rules in favour of flip clauses
Decision of UK Supreme Court in Belmont Park Investments Case discussed.
Australia
9 Aug 2011
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NSW rolls back contentious cy-près rule in class actions bill
The NSW Government has removed the contentious provision in its class actions bill allowing the Supreme Court to distribute the undistributed part of a fund of damages to charities or public interest beneficiaries, a move that should be welcomed by all potential defendants to a class action.
Australia
5 Dec 2010
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US Bankruptcy Court flips English decision on flip clauses in Lehman Brothers case
Facts and Implications of the US Bankruptcy Court decision between Lehman Brothers entities and BNY.
Australia
 
9 Feb 2010
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The PPP market - the last 12 months in review
Amidst a tumultuous and challenging time for financing infrastructure projects, we are seeing new and innovative models of delivery, which may assist market recovery with appropriate government support.
Australia
8 Dec 2009
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Australian shareholders, an Australian company, and a US class action? US Supreme Court to decide
The globalisation of financial markets has increased the incidence of global fraud. However, regulation, especially in the sense of private enforcement through class actions, depends on a political and legal system built around state sovereignty. The United States class action procedure has been used against a foreign corporation by foreign investors who purchased the corporation's securities on a foreign securities exchange. The scenario is often referred to as a "foreign-cubed" or "F-cubed" se
Australia
8 Dec 2009
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Extension Of Time For Lodging Notice Of Charge
Simply because the grounds exist on which the extension of time may be granted did not mean that this extension would be granted in all circumstances.
Australia
2 Jul 2009
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When Is A Judgment A Judgment ? (Italian Bottle Case No 1)
In Australia, certain foreign judgments can be registered in Australia and enforced as if an Australian judgment under the Foreign Judgment Act 1991.
Australia
22 Apr 2009
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Increased Focus On Half-Yearly Accounts
ASIC recently issued some warnings that should be taken into account when preparing upcoming half-year financial reports.
Australia
28 Jan 2009
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Dealing With The Insolvency Of Government-Funded Bodies
Government should use protective mechanisms (such as taking security over the funds or ensuring the funds are held on trust) from the outset when establishing funding arrangements or drafting funding agreements.
Australia
24 Dec 2008
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Indemnity Insurance Liabilities Can Make Insurer Insolvent
An insurer who provides indemnities against paid losses may be legally insolvent if it is unable to pay liabilities which have been incurred but which are not yet payable.
Australia
9 Oct 2008
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PPPs - Can The Higher Cost Of Private Finance Be Justified?
When undertaking major equipment acquisition or infrastructure projects, agencies should consider a range of both publicly and privately financed project delivery models.
Australia
16 Sep 2008
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Credit Crunch – Some Lessons For Structuring And Operating Property Funds
In good times, many legal questions may be academic. But when there is a crisis, whether basic legal principles have been followed becomes a vital question.
Australia
7 Jul 2008
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Liquidators And Funded Litigation - Is Court Approval Necessary?
Considering that creditors usually have assessed the merits of litigation funding, and the cost of going to court, making court approval a mandatory step does not appear justified.
Australia
30 Jun 2008
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