The latest Part of the Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice includes the following articles: “Improving Australia’s Regulatory Framework for Systemic Financial Stability” – Steve Kourabas; “When Is a Mortgage Broker the Lender’s Agent?” – Oscar S Han; “A Comparative Study of the Laws of Bond Trust in Common Law and Civil Law Countries” – Benjamin Liu; and “Social Impact Bonds in Australia” – Ian Ramsay and Corinne Tan. Also in this Part are the following sections: Banking Law and Banking Practice; Financial Markets; and Insolvency Law and Management.
With the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry now underway, the Company and Securities Law Journal’s (C&SLJ) just published Special Issue on Customer Protection in the Financial Services Industry (Volume 35 Part 7) is timely. In his editorial, Bob Baxt spoke of being “overwhelmed” by the number of court cases ...more
The latest part of JBFLP includes the following articles: “Tracing value and the value of tracing: Three puzzles for the banking lawyer” – Christopher Hare; “The legal status of online currencies: Are Bitcoins the future?” – Rhys Bollen; “Crowdfunding: Recent international developments and its compatibility with Australia’s existing regulatory framework” – Matthew Vitale. There are also several section notes in this Part, including Recent Publications, Securities and Mortgages and Financial Markets.
The latest Part of the Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice includes the following articles: “What is an “absolute” assignment? Further reflections on charges, “tacking” and marshalling” – Lee Aitken; “The New Zealand Supreme Court speaks on bankers’ mandates and dishonest assistance” – Michael Lenihan; and “Twinsectra versus Elizebethan Theatre: Comments on the nature of the Quistclose trust” – Andrew Pingree. It also includes the following sections: Banking law and banking practice, Securities and Mortgages, Commercial and Finance law, Financial Markets, Recent Publications, and Reports from the United Kingdom and Europe and New Zealand.
The September 2012 issue of the Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice publishes articles on a wide range of topics related to banking and finance law, including the characterisation of PPSA security interests, the duties of bank customers in minimising fraudulent or unauthorised account transactions, five different categories of cheque fraud and the High Court of Australia’s decision in Equuscorp. Also included in this Part are a range of Section Notes, including Banking Law and Banking Practice, Financial Markets, Securities and Mortgages, Recent Publications and reports from Tokyo and the United Kingdom and Europe.