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LegalVision
If you are an Australian business seeking foreign investment, you will likely need to comply with Australia's foreign investment framework.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
An overview of key changes in part one of the government's proposed reforms to Australia's foreign investment framework.
Bartier Perry
There has been a huge increase in the number of foreign persons having to obtain exemption certificates to invest.
LegalVision
If you are an Australian business seeking foreign investment, you will likely need to comply with Australia's foreign investment framework.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Governments can always be challenged, if they implement measures that interfere with an investor's private rights.
McCullough Robertson
Part 6 discusses the proposed expansion of FIRB's enforcement powers and the increase in penalties for non-compliance.
McCullough Robertson
Part 5 considers how proposed changes to the foreign investment rules may impact the mining and resources sectors.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Any direct investment by a foreign investor into a 'national security business' will require FIRB approval.
McCullough Robertson
Sensitive data is proposed as a key consideration in the government's focus on sensitive national security businesses.
Johnson Winter & Slattery
The Federal Treasurer has announced reforms to Australia's foreign investment framework which will come into effect on 1 January 2021.
McCullough Robertson
Foreign investors who are also FGIs (Foreign Government Investors) are subject to lower screening thresholds from FIRB
Madgwicks
Investors who obtained the appropriate certificate from an accountant could be classified as a 'sophisticated investor'.
McCullough Robertson
FIRB will carefully examine the use of family arrangements by foreign investors to purchase Australian property.
McCullough Robertson
The proposed reforms may resolve some current gaps and political concerns, but could make the rules even more complex.
Madgwicks
The monetary threshold for all foreign investments which require FIRB approval has recently been reduced to $0.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
By specifying eligibility criteria for the new ECs, FIRB expects to be able to assess and grant them relatively quickly.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Proposed legislative reforms to Australia's foreign investment regime will affect deal-making for private equity firms.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Key provisions of the Investment Chapter of IA-CEPA including Investor, Standards Protection & Investor State Dispute Settlement.
Holding Redlich
Temporary changes to Australia's foreign investment review framework aim to protect national interests during COVID-19.
LegalVision
If you are an Australian business seeking foreign investment, you will likely need to comply with temporary changes resulting from COVID-19.
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