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The latest issue of the Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice (Volume 28 Part 4) contains the following material:
In developing the regulatory framework for managed investment schemes in Australasia, the central focus has been to ensure that investors are adequately protected. Far less attention has been paid to whether the regime adequately protects the interests of scheme creditors, particularly in the context of a scheme insolvency. To address this imbalance, this article describes the regulatory regimes in Australia and New Zealand regimes, from the point of view of a scheme creditor.
Fintech Sandboxes: Achieving a Balance Between Regulation and Innovation – Lev Bromberg, Andrew Godwin and Ian Ramsay
The growth of Fintech is continuing to disrupt global financial services markets. The rapidly evolving technological landscape provides challenges for financial regulators, which are already facing a broader set of regulatory objectives and policy priorities following the Global Financial Crisis. Regulatory sandboxes aimed at encouraging innovation by allowing businesses to test their Fintech offerings in a “safe” environment provide an example of a shift away from traditional regulatory approaches and represent an attempt to embrace principles of proactive, dynamic and responsive regulation. This article examines key differences between the sandbox regimes that have been implemented to date, and explores the implications of sandboxes for businesses, consumers and domestic regulators.
INSOLVENCY LAW AND MANAGEMENT – Lindsay Powers, Gerard Breen and Jason Harris
- Analysing a Liquidator’s Statutory Power of Sale over Trust Property – Ian Murray
- Unpacking the Ten Network Administration – Jason Harris
SECURITIES AND MORTGAGES – Angela Flannery and Paul Rogerson
- Proposed Changes to the PPSA – PPS Leases – Karen Fairbairn
For the PDF version of the table of contents, click here: JBFLP Vol 28 No 4 Contents.
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