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AML/CTF - A decade’s experience

As the AML/CTF regime approaches its 10th birthday, what are the key issues for the finance industry? From 12 December 2007 reporting entities are required to have in place an AML/CTF program documenting how they...more

Introduction of Corporate Collective Investment Vehicles in Australia

The Federal Government has released draft legislation to give effect to the Asia Region Funds Passport (Passport) and the Corporate Collective Investment Vehicle (CCIV) regime....more

Reducing barriers to new entrants to the banking sector

The Government announced in the 2017-18 Budget that it will act to reduce regulatory barriers to entry for new and innovative entrants to the banking system....more

Get ready for open data

When the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics issued a report on the four major banks in November 2016, it sent a clear message in favour of open data. In fact, the Committee went so far as to recommend a...more

Consultation on proposed amendments to AML/CTF Rules

In April 2016, the Attorney-General’s Department released its Report on the Statutory Review of the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006 and Associated Rules and Regulations (Report). This review,...more

Recent comments from ASIC regarding licensing

Members of our team were invited to attend a licensing liaison meeting at ASIC’s offices in Sydney last Thursday....more

A world first for fintechs and innovation

In an exciting and world-first development, on 15 December 2016, ASIC released a set of licensing exemptions, which permit eligible fintech businesses to test certain financial products and services for a period of 12 months...more

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