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CU LAB: Will responsible lending obligations soon apply to retail investors?
This video discusses the government's response to the Senate Committee report on credit cards and its proposals.
Australia
24 Nov 2016
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Major changes proposed to small amount credit contracts and consumer leases - consultation ends soon
Small amount credit contracts providers and consumer lessors will have new obligations if recommendations are enacted.
Australia
19 May 2016
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Government response to Senate Committee report on credit cards: consultation closes soon
The focus is on protection of vulnerable consumers, competitive pressure on credit card issuers and consumer information.
Australia
19 May 2016
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Cracking the Code: an insight into some of the key features of the Credit Reporting Code
Credit providers now should start considering the impact of the CR Code on their privacy reform implementation plans.
Australia
23 Aug 2013
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Code Red: Less than 30 days to comment on draft Credit Reporting Code of Conduct
A draft Credit Reporting Code of Conduct was recently released for public consultation, with comments due by 5 May 2013.
Australia
12 Apr 2013
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Point of Sale Review - Is the NCCP exemption about to go?
Bringing vendor introducers into the ambit of the NCCP Act could subject them to new conduct and disclosure obligations.
Australia
17 Feb 2013
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ASIC targeting misleading ads - credit providers beware
ASIC has released a Consultation Paper on credit advertising to help industry compliance with Australian consumer laws.
Australia
1 Jul 2012
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Privacy protection overhauled
New privacy reform bill introduces extensive and significant changes to strengthen privacy protection in Australia.
Australia
2 Jun 2012
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The Australian Consumer Law: What's a defective good and what do you have to do about it?
Products are a focus of the new Australian Consumer Law so it's not surprising that it attempts to set out some rules for product quality, types of defects and what sorts or remedies consumers have. Jocelyn Kellam talks about your responsibilities for defective goods under the Australian Consumer Law.
Australia
15 Dec 2010
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Phase Two Of National Credit Reforms Released For Comment
The latest tranche of reforms to Australia's credit laws has been released for public comment. The Green Paper, "National Credit Reform - Enhancing confidence and fairness in Australia's credit law", sets out proposed reforms.
Australia
12 Jul 2010
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National Consumer Credit Protection Legislative Package Introduced
The National Consumer Credit Protection legislative package, which will effect the transfer of responsibility for regulation of consumer credit to the Commonwealth, was introduced into Parliament today.
Australia
2 Jul 2009
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Personal Property Securities Reform Update
Many of you will recall that in previous Alerts we have advised you regarding the proposed adoption of wide ranging reforms to personal property securities law in Australia.
Australia
29 Jun 2009
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Draft National Consumer Credit Reforms Released
Senator the Hon Nick Sherry, Minister for Superannuation and Corporate Law has released the draft National Consumer Credit Reform legislative package for public exposure.
Australia
6 May 2009
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Unfair Terms - Federal Discussion Paper And Victorian Bill - Implications For Credit Contracts
The federal legislative model is intended to introduce national unfair terms legislation and proposes that credit contracts will be covered.
Australia
13 Mar 2009
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Further Detail On Consumer Credit Reform
Summary of a statement setting out more information about the proposed Federal takeover of credit released by the Federal Government
Australia
15 Oct 2008
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Regulation Of Consumer Credit - Update
The Ministerial Council on Consumer Affairs has just met and released a communiqué with proposals for far-reaching consumer policy reform it will recommend to the Council of Australian Governments for its October meeting.
Australia
21 Aug 2008
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Federal Government To Assume Responsibility For Regulation Of All Consumer Credit
The Council of Australian Governments ("COAG") yesterday agreed that the Federal Government would assume responsibility for regulation of all consumer credit.
Australia
21 Jul 2008
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Planned Changes For Consumer Credit Code
The Queensland Department of Tourism, Fair Trading and Wine Industry Development has recently released an exposure draft of proposed amendments to the Consumer Credit Code for comment.
Australia
2 Nov 2007
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