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25 May 2021
European Commission publishes Steer Report on sustainable finance taxonomy for the aviation sector
In June 2020, we published a briefing in which we examined the recent developments in ESG financing within the aviation sector, as well as the potential impact of Covid-19 as a catalyst for growth in this area. One of the key challenges identified was that ESG financings in the aviation sector...
10 December 2019
The ACCC pilots its first ‘effect test’ in misuse of market power proceedings
On 6 December 2019, the ACCC launched its first enforcement proceedings under the new ‘effects test’ prohibition on misuse of market power. The proceedings will provide much needed guidance as to how the much-debated ‘effects test’ will apply to unilateral conduct. It is noteworthy that the two...
21 May 2018
Middle East anti-corruption regulations legal guide 2018
The Middle East region presents various anti-corruption challenges for businesses. These include difficulty in identifying politically exposed persons, prevalence of intermediaries in the conduct of business relationships and a widespread difficulty in accessing company ownership and financial...
31 March 2023
Asia-Pacific Antitrust Review 2023: APAC competition authorities tactics and developments in Australian competition law
Recently we have written two chapters in the latest Asia-Pacific Antitrust Review 2023 where we provided a snapshot of broad trends in competition law enforcement across the Asia-Pacific region, and summary of recent developments in Australian competition law and ACCC areas of focus for 2023.
30 March 2023
Establishment of National Reconstruction Fund in Australia
This week, the Australian federal government passed a bill to establish a $15 billion National Reconstruction Fund (NRF) to invest in priority areas of the Australian economy. What is the NRF, what are the government's priority areas, and what trends are we seeing around the world?
27 March 2023
Merger arbitrage – the important role it can play in public M&A deals
We explore the important role merger arbitrage can play in the success or failure of a deal. Targets and bidders should be aware of this role and consider the approaches that may be taken in response to arbitrage funds seeking short-term profits from an announced deal.
27 March 2023
Improving the transparency of foreign investment regulation in Australia – A look at the key performance data for the October 2022 quarter
The Australian Government’s Department of Treasury has released its second quarterly report for the period 1 October 2022 to 31 December 2022. The report contains some interesting trends regarding the source of foreign capital flows, Treasury’s downward trending processing timelines for FIRB...
27 March 2023
Corporate Governance snapshot: The EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive & its impact in the UK
Even though the UK is not part of the EU, the EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) ( 2022/2464 ) will apply to some UK incorporated companies. The CSRD, which entered into force in January 2023, sets out additional disclosures for companies to include in their annual report in...
24 March 2023
Gone but not forgotten: Combatting Corporate Crime Bill lapsed but combatting bribery remains in focus
Whatever happened to the Combatting Corporate Crime Bill? A recent OECD Report shows the Australian Government has not given up on anti-bribery law reform and police and prosecutors are actively pursuing foreign bribery matters.
23 March 2023
Tech, consumers and the ACCC: a continued focus on compliance with the Australian Consumer Law
The ACCC’s new Chair, Ms Gina Cass-Gottlieb, has signalled that the year ahead for the tech sector will entail a continuation of focussed regulatory scrutiny, particularly through the consumer protection lens. We reflect on five recent ACCC speeches and announcements which have reiterated the...