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Further updates to cessation of remaining LIBOR settings
Insight 05 Oct 2022

On 29 September 2022, the UK LIBOR regulator, the FCA, announced it will no longer require publication of one-month and six-month GBP LIBOR beyond 31 March 2023. ...

Lessons from Daewoo v INPEX: calls on bank guarantees
Insight 08 Sep 2022

Last week the NSW Supreme Court published an important decision concerning a principal's ability to call on a bank guarantee in circumstances where a contractor is facing financial troubles and/or potential insolvency in Daewoo v INPEX [2022] NSWSC 1125. ...

2022 PE Horizons update: caution and opportunity
Insight 05 Sep 2022

Geo-political tensions, high inflation and rising interest rates have created significant market volatility. This inevitably breeds caution amongst sponsors, but also creates opportunity. ...

Overview of Australia's foreign investment approval (FIRB) regime

Significant changes to Australia's foreign investment approval (FIRB) regime came into effect last year. This guide provides up-to-date information you need to know about how the new FIRB regime operates. ...

The global crypto-assets landscape

Webinar: Crypto-assets part two ...

Crypto-assets part one

Webinar: Crypto-assets part one ...

Financing the green hydrogen revolution – key bankability issues
Insight 31 May 2022

Developers and financiers will need to take a long-term view on the market and navigate a myriad of bankability issues to secure external bank debt. In this Insight we explore some of these key challenges. ...

More stringent rules on cross-border lending proposed in Vietnam
Insight 27 May 2022

The Draft Circular replacing the current circular No. 12/2014/TT-NHNN on conditions for non-government guaranteed cross-border foreign loans has been released for public consultation on 11 May 2022. It proposes to tighten conditions for taking out these loans, in order to manage Vietnam's overall borrowing exposure and ensure proper use of foreign loans. This Insight explains the potential impacts of the Draft Circular on foreign lenders and domestic borrowers. ...

Regulating crypto: Government releases consultation paper on proposed licensing and custody requirements
Insight 25 Mar 2022

The Federal Government is seeking feedback on a proposed new licensing regime for crypto asset secondary service providers (CASSPrs) and new requirements regulating custody of crypto assets. The new regime would potentially sit alongside the existing AFS licensing regime, with possible overlap and inconsistency in treatment of service providers. The Government is also seeking early views on how crypto assets should be defined and categorised as part of a 'crypto mapping' exercise. The consultation period runs until 27 May 2022. ...