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11 September 2018
Tech for social good
As public finances are increasingly under pressure and fewer funds are available to address the major societal problems of today, social impact businesses are taking up the reins. Agile and innovative, they often use technology to deliver creative and relevant solutions to the challenges facing...
26 February 2018
The supply chain and brand value
In this article we look at how transparency and business ethics are driving supply chains to the foreground, and how new technologies can give your business an edge. Supply chain management is business critical in the FMCG sector. It ensures that the right goods and ingredients get to market when...
11 August 2022
When notification and disclosure collide
A claim under a Directors and Officers liability policy for investigation, defence and settlement costs has ended with the New South Wales Supreme Court 1 allowing some claims but denying others. The decision is a reminder of the importance of robust internal insurance reporting processes, and of...
08 August 2022
The UPC Rules
On July 2022 the UPC Rules of Procedure (the Rules) were announced as approved with the amendments from the previous (18 th ) draft (from 2017) being published in tracked changes form . One of the most significant changes was to opt-out procedures, as well as changes to restrict access to pleadings...
05 August 2022
Australian regulator consults on new operational risk management prudential standard
The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority ( APRA ) has released its consultation on a new cross-industry prudential standard for operational risk management, CPS 230, which proposes to introduce a range of new requirements on APRA-regulated entities for managing operational risk and enhance...
04 August 2022
Cartel Intel: Interview with Ashley Brickles, Senior Managing Director at FTI Consulting
As part of our quarterly Cartel Intel series, Herbert Smith Freehills' Brussels partner Daniel Vowden sat down with Ashley Brickles, (Senior Managing Director at FTI Consulting) to discuss the latest EMEA cartel developments
04 August 2022
Another one bites the dust – managing risk in scheme transactions in Australia
A series of public M&A transactions in Australia have recently been called off or renegotiated in light of a changing market and worsening economic conditions, highlighting the need for target companies to carefully consider and protect against deal termination risk.
03 August 2022
Tax in M&A in the UK and Europe – What you need to know
The third edition of our comprehensive guide to tax in European transactions breaks down the key tactical issues for deal professionals and boards. From transfer taxes, to debt financing, to post-deal disposal issues – our experts chart the EMEA landscape
02 August 2022
12 months reprieve for Foreign Financial Services Providers using Australian Financial Services Licence Exemptions
Today the Australian corporate regulator, ASIC, announced an extension of 12 months for the transitional arrangements for the passporting exemptions and limited connection exemption, which will now expire on 31 March 2024.