PUBLICATIONS

FINTECH 2019 - LEXOLOGY GETTING THE DEAL THROUGH

Piper Alderman has written the Australian chapter of Getting the Deal Through – Fintech 2019, published by Lexology. The guide provides a timely and comprehensive overview of the latest legislative and regulatory developments affecting this rapidly developing industry.

Fintech partners Michael Bacina and Andrea Beatty with specialist contributions from partners Tim ClarkWill FennellSarah JohnsonTim O’Callaghan and Andrew Rankin, cover a range of topics including financial regulation, cross-border regulation, sales and marketing, change of control, financial crime, peer-to-peer and marketplace lending, artificial intelligence, distributed ledger technology and crypto-assets, data protection and cybersecurity, outsourcing and cloud computing, intellectual property rights, competition, tax, immigration and latest trends in the industry.

View the Australian chapter here (subscription required) or contact us for a PDF version of the chapter.

ANNOTATED NATIONAL CREDIT CODE 6TH EDITION

The sixth edition of the Annotated National Credit Code is a comprehensive update to the fifth edition. This book highlights the National Credit Code’s (Code) key features, with practical guidance on its interpretation and application. It includes an overview of the ASIC licensing system, the responsible lending requirements, the responsibilities placed upon credit providers, including credit enforcement issues and the penalty regime of breaches. It also includes an analysis of the new regimes for small credit contracts, reverse mortgages, consumer leases and the revised financial hardship regime.

The Annotated National Credit Code is an essential handbook for anyone who works with consumer credit in Australia. This includes responsible managers and officers of Australian credit license holders, lawyers and in-house counsel, compliance officers, auditors. Products development, sales and marketing personnel in the financial services industry, credit and enforcements officers, consumer advocates and consumer representatives seeking to understand the Code’s requirements.

For more information or to order the book please view the LNAA: Annotated National Credit code brochure.

THE BANKING REGULATIONS REVIEW

Andrea Beatty, Gabor Papdi, Chelsea Payne and Chloe Kim have written a chapter in the latest edition of The Banking Regulation Review. Click here to read the chapter online.

CONSUMER FINANCE LAW REVIEW

The Consumer Finance Law Review, published by Law Business Research Ltd, provides an overview of the regulation of consumer financial services in 16 countries, including Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom. It provides an insight into laws governing credit, deposit and payment products and issues of current concern in the consumer financial services space. It is a useful guide for anyone who seeks to provide consumer financial services in multiple countries.

Andrea authored the chapter about consumer financial services regulation in Australia for the 4th edition of the publication. It is useful reading for any overseas consumer financial services business who is looking to enter the Australian market.

Electronic copies of the Consumer Finance Law Review are available from Law Business Research. The most recent edition of the review is at this link.

ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING SERVICE

This service provides a complete suite of legislation for lawyers, accountants, compliance experts and other professionals needing the law to advise their clients on how best to comply with the ongoing reforms. It offers the full text of the primary Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act, annotated, together with related legislation and resource materials relating to the introduction and implementation of the legislation.

For more information or to order the book please view the Thomson Reuters website.

FINANCIAL SERVICES NEWSLETTER

The Financial Services Newsletter provides expert analysis and opinion on current changes and developments affecting the financial services industry. Key features:

  • Provides in-depth analysis of the latest news and issues surrounding the area of law by expert contributors in the practice area.

  • The format of the publication condenses material into a format that provides readers with easily accessible and precise content.

  • Provides subscribers with a practical guidance tool, assisting in keeping them up to date with their practice area.

  • Ten issues published a year.

  • All newsletter content is online and linked to CaseBase and other LNAU content.

For more information, visit www.lexisnexis.com.au or call 1800 772 772.

Andrea Beatty and her team regularly publish in the Financial Services Newsletter.

AUSTRALIAN BANKING & FINANCE LAW BULLETIN

The Australian Banking and Finance Law Bulletin is a valuable resource for lawyers specialising in banking law. This newsletter draws on the expertise and experience of the editorial panel, whose members include leading practitioners and academics. It provides comprehensive commentary on the latest legal developments in banking law, enabling busy practitioners to stay current with changes in the practice area.

For more information, visit www.lexisnexis.com.au or call 1800 772 772.

Andrea Beatty and her team regularly publish in the Australian Banking & Finance Law Bulletin.

PRIVACY LAW BULLETIN

The Privacy Law Bulletin is a valuable resource for lawyers specialising in privacy law. This newsletter draws on the expertise and experience of the editorial panel, whose members include leading practitioners and academics. It provides comprehensive commentary on the latest legal developments in privacy, enabling busy practitioners to stay current with changes in the practice area.

For more information, visit www.lexisnexis.com.au or call 1800 772 772.

Andrea Beatty and her team regularly publish in the Privacy Law Bulletin.

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