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Deleveraging to control
New innovative structures are being utilised to delever distressed Australian companies in order to control transactions.
Australia
20 Dec 2017
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The Courts flip-flopping (again) on the validity of "flip clauses"
The validity of flip clauses has been the subject of much litigation in the context of Lehman Brothers' bankruptcy.
Australia
11 Sep 2016
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CU LAB: What's happening with the secondary debt market in Australia?
There's been a drop-off in the secondary debt market in Australia, but Peter Bowden says things might be about to change.
Australia
22 Sep 2015
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US court rules that distressed debt fund is not a 'financial institution'
Lenders must ensure that assignment clauses in their documents are broadly drafted to assign their rights uninhibited.
Australia
6 May 2014
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APRA adopts accelerated Basel III timetable for Australia
APRA has released a discussion paper outlining its proposed implementation of the Basel III capital reforms.
Australia
7 Sep 2011
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Basel gives guidance on Global Systemically Important Banks
Global and systematically important banks to hold additional capital.
Australia
29 Jun 2011
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Securitisation fears allayed as High Court refuses to hear Goodridge appeal
The High Court has refused special leave in the Goodridge case.
Australia
16 Jun 2011
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Overview of Basel III - minimum capital requirements and global liquidity standards
Under Basel III the total capital a bank is required to hold is 8.0% of its risk-weighted assets. Total capital is divided into two broad categories: Tier I capital and Tier II capital. Broadly speaking, Tier I capital is capital that is available to absorb losses on a "going-concern" basis, or capital that can be depleted without placing the bank into insolvency, administration or liquidation.
Australia
17 Jan 2011
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Basel introduces tough capital rules affecting hybrid securities
On Thursday, 13 January 2011, the Basel Committee announced guidelines that impose tough new requirements on hybrid securities if banks wish to count these towards their regulatory capital.
Australia
17 Jan 2011
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Equity capital raising with consent
A person who consents to the inclusion of a defective statement in a fundraising or takeover document may be liable for losses that the defect causes.
Australia
28 Oct 2010
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Legislative frameworks for the issuance of covered bonds in Australia and the United States?
Momentum is building around the implementation of specific covered bonds legislation in the U.S. and, to a lesser extent, in Australia.
Australia
30 Dec 2009
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Shariah funds: Opportunities and challenges in the Australian market
Australian fund managers wishing to test investor demand for Shariah-compliant products should consider Shariah windows when making investment decisions.
Australia
30 Dec 2009
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Corporate retail bond market jump started by ASIC and disclosure for convertible notes eased
ASIC wants to facilitate the establishment of a retail corporate bond market, by easing prospectus requirements for listed issuers
Australia
17 Dec 2009
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Implementation Of Basel II: APRA Releases A Raft Of Draft Prudential Standards
On 2 July 2007, APRA released two updated draft Prudential Standards: Prudential Standard APS 110 Capital Adequacy and Prudential Standard APS 111 Capital Adequacy: Measurement of Capital, and an accompanying Discussion Paper.
Australia
18 Oct 2007
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Trustees Encouraged To Utilise Court Powers
The recent case of ASIC v Bridgecorp Finance Limited [2006] NSWSC 836 was the first time that an application has been made to the Court under section 283HB of the Corporations Act.
Australia
3 Oct 2006
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