The latest Part of the Company and Securities Law Journal publishes the following material: “Damages for negligent valuation of mortgage securities: A finance theory perspective” – David Johnstone and Ben Curtin; “The duty to auction: Real or imagined?” – Andrew Lumsden and Saul Fridman; “The life and times of the Financial Reporting Panel” – Jeffrey Knapp and Stephanie Kemp; Corporate Insolvency: Comment on Consultation Paper 180: ASIC’s power to wind up abandoned companies – Helen Anderson; and Directors’ Duties and Corporate Governance: The conundrum thrown up by the Bell Group decision in the Western Australian Court of Appeal: To whom do directors owe their duties? – Robert Baxt.
The May issue of the Company and Securities Law Journal includes articles and sections on a range of topics of interest. This Part has two articles which look at the extensive reforms which have taken place in the small loans sector and voluntary administration and the protection of employee entitlements. The sections include notes on circumstances giving rise to a claim, takeovers and public securities, proportional increase in holding, fraud in Chinese reverse mergers, the Singapore Companies Act and much more.