The NSW Parliament has introduced new insurance legislation designed to clarify the rights of claimants to proceed directly against insurance companies. But in the context of insolvent corporations, has it created more problems than it has solved?
ASIC has intervened in relation to 21 superannuation trustees over potential breaches of section 29QB, which requires superannuation funds to disclose Transparency Information on their websites and keep it up to date at all times.
Will new regulations open a whole new world of opportunity for superannuation funds and life insurance companies? By incentivising providers to offer these products, the draft Regulations aim to remove barriers to innovation in retirement income stre
We take a look at the decision in AMP Life Ltd v AMP Capital Funds Management Ltd & Anor  NSWCA 176. The decision clarifies the voting restrictions placed on responsible entities and their associates.
Last night, the Federal Treasurer, Scott Morrison MP, released the 2016-7 Federal Budget. With an announcement regarding an election expected to be imminent, the Government has released a conservative budget that doesn’t tackle structural tax reform
ASIC has issued an information sheet (INFO 213) to provide guidance on the regulatory requirements that apply to peer-to-peer lending programs that necessitate the adoption of a managed investment scheme business model.