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Key changes from ASIC and AFCA on financial services regulation
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Webinar: Key changes from ASIC and AFCA on financial services regulation ...

'Your Future, Your Super' reforms introduced to Parliament
Insight 19 Feb 2021

The Government has introduced the Treasury Laws Amendment (Your Future, Your Super) Bill 2021 into the House of Representatives. The Bill proposes a number of reforms which, in all likelihood, will significantly alter the shape of the industry. ...

Will negative price risk increase following changes to dispatch obligations under the National Electricity Rules?
Insight 25 Mar 2021

Semi-scheduled generators, such as wind and solar farms, will face increased exposure to negative price risk following a new rule made by the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC). ...

Financial services regulation: what you need to know now and what's changing
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Webinar: Financial services regulation: what you need to know now and what's changing ...

What this means for mortgage brokers and financial advisers
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The response to the Final Report The Government's initial response to support the Recommendations was met with intense dissatisfaction and criticism from the mortgage broking industry. Industry groups argued that banning trail commissions ...

Impacts of COVID-19 on super, funds and banking
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Webinar: Impacts of COVID-19 on superannuation, funds and banking ...

Post 2025 National Electricity Market Design
Insight 16 Feb 2021

The COAG Energy Council requested that the Energy Security Board (ESB) consider whether any changes were required to the core National Electricity Market (NEM) framework in order to facilitate the technological shift towards a lower emissions electricity system. ...

Proposed changes to Credit Risk Management Prudential Standard (APS220)
Insight 23 Dec 2020

In the absence of the Responsible Lending Obligations, lending by Australian banks will be regulated by APRA. This means the new Credit Risk Management Prudential Standard (APS220) will be the central legislative guidance in designing consumer assessment and lending protocols. ...

Insurance sector reform under the Financial Sector Reform (Hayne Royal Commission Response) Bill 2020
Insight 30 Nov 2020

After several months of delay due to COVID-19, the Bill implements a large number of the Hayne Royal Commission recommendations, and in particular picks up several of the recommendations that are aimed at reforming the insurance sector. ...

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