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Restructuring, Insolvency and COVID-19: where are we and where are we heading?
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Speakers: Alf Pappalardo, Warwick Newell, Kate Towey, Tania Cini, Kim Reid, Chris Prestwich, Przemek Kucharski, Philip Blaxill and Miranda Cummings Filmed on 3 June 2020 Covered in this webinar: market observations – reactions to the ...

Allens advises Vocus on A$1.225bn and NZ$135m debt refinancing
News 09 Jun 2020

The new facilities, which carry a weighted average tenor of 3.5 years, will extend the duration of Vocus' debt to provide ongoing financial stability and flexibility. Vocus is a leading specialist ...

The road ahead – secondaries markets in 2H 2020 and considerations for superannuation and institutional LPs
Insight 21 Jul 2020

We look ahead to the green shoots in the secondaries market with expectations of increased deal activity in the second half of 2020 and discuss the thematics for superannuation and institutional LP participants over this period. ...

The future of financial services: collaborating for economic stability webinar
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Video 20-06-30: The future of financial services ...

Amended Investment Law – major shift in Vietnam's approach to foreign investment
Insight 03 Jul 2020

In this Insight we examine the key changes under Vietnam's amended 'Law on Investment' and their implications for foreign investors. Over the coming weeks, we will provide further insights on the key developments relating to investments, enterprise and PPP laws. ...

Even broad governmental powers have limitations - Brett Cattle Company Pty Ltd v Minister for Agriculture
Insight 04 Jun 2020

The decision in Brett Cattle Company Pty Ltd v Minister for Agriculture serves as a timely reminder that there are limits on the exercise of seemingly broad governmental powers, and is especially relevant at a time where governmental powers are being used to respond rapidly to the COVID-19 crisis. ...

Major proposed changes to FIRB regime from 1 January 2021
Insight 05 Jun 2020

On 5 June 2020 the Federal Treasurer announced major proposed changes to Australia's FIRB regime to address national security risks and ensure greater compliance with FIRB approval conditions. ...

Superannuation, funds and insurance sector reforms: the year ahead in 2020 and beyond
Insight 23 Jun 2020

As the dust settles on a raft of COVID-19 related disruptions to various proposed legislative and regulatory reforms, the Allens team takes stock of the current regulatory reform proposals in the superannuation, funds and insurance sectors which have been mooted for the tail end of 2020 and early 2021. ...

Nucleus – corporate law developments: FIRB introduces temporary streamlined exemption certificates; ASIC issues guidance on product intervention power; ACCC raises concerns about two digital mergers; and other corporate law developments
Insight 16 Jul 2020

Nucleus – corporate law developments: FIRB introduces temporary streamlined exemption certificates; ASIC issues guidance on product intervention power; ACCC raises concerns about two digital mergers; and other corporate law developments ...

NT Government sets ambitious climate response and offset reform agenda
Insight 16 Jul 2020

The Northern Territory Government's recently released Climate Response, associated Three-Year Action Plan and environmental offset reform agenda is ambitious, and all stakeholders in the Territory should be aware of the coming changes and related opportunities. ...

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