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Mandatory binding arbitration of tax disputes
Insight 05 Aug 2020

The approval of multilateral instruments in recent years means that binding arbitration of tax disputes is now available under the Tax Treaties with ten additional countries, including major trading partners Singapore, the United Kingdom, Japan and New Zealand. This trend is expected to continue. ...

Allens advises Triple Flag on $550M Northparkes streaming agreement
News 05 Aug 2020

The agreement will see Triple Flag make an upfront cash payment of US$550 million and ongoing payments of 10 per cent of the spot prices for gold and silver equal to: 54 per cent of the gold produc ...

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. ...

RBA expands repo eligibility to include corporate bonds
Insight 11 May 2020

The RBA has announced changes aimed at kick-starting demand for corporate bonds in the COVID-19 environment. To take advantage of the RBA's support, corporate treasurers and their financial advisers should consider applying to have their securities eligible for purchase by the RBA, bearing in mind the eligibility criteria we have summarised in this note. ...

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 ...

EU Commission publishes AIFMD report – what does this mean for Australian wholesale fund managers?
Insight 10 Jul 2020

The European Commission has finally published its report on AIFMD and, in doing so, considered the impact of AIFMD on AIFMs, AIFs and investors. The report is short, but gives some insight into how the key features of AIFMD have worked and the effect this has had on the market. ...

Allens advises on Australia's largest super fund merger
News 08 Jul 2020

Following the merger on 30 June 2020, FSS Trustee Corporation now manages over $125 billion on behalf of more than 1.1 million members from similar industries, such as education, healthcare and the ...

Allens advises Destination Brisbane on Queen's Wharf Development financing
News 02 Jul 2020

The $3.6 billion Queen's Wharf Development is an integrated resort development designed to transform the Brisbane CBD into a tourism, leisure and entertainment destination. The project was awarded ...

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. ...

The when and what of the new breach reporting regime
Insight 15 Apr 2020

All signs point to the final tranche of the Hayne Royal Commission exposure draft Bills being introduced before the end of the year, and their focuses will include something that is a favourite topic here at Unravelled, and is of considerable interest to our clients – breach reporting. We explain the new regime's timing and effects. ...

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