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Financial services regulatory update: secret commission offence provisions for SFTs; derivatives regulation and ASIC's Reportable Situations Regime 

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Covered in this webinar: 

  • Discuss implications for trustees of the application of the secret commission offences under State and Territory Crimes Acts to trustee replacements and successor fund transfers (SFTs) of the NSW and Queensland Supreme Court decisions in H.E.S.T Australia Ltd / Mercy Super Pty Ltd v Attorney-General (Qld) and BT Funds Management Limited as trustee for the Retirement Wrap Superannuation Fund
  • Provide an update on derivatives regulation, particularly on initial margining – what are the rules and who does it impact? A timely overview given the final phase of initial margin (IM) regulations for uncleared derivatives came into effect in September
  • Explore key themes observed since the introduction of ASIC's Reportable Situations Regime over 12 months ago, and challenges encountered by licensees and the regulator in its implementation

This session was recorded on Tuesday, 29 November 2022 at 12pm.

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Core area: NSW/VIC/WA Substantive Law | Non-core: QLD Substantive Law
1 hour – 1 CPD point.

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