This ground-breaking book provides a comprehensive legal review of the Australian non-bank financial sector. It is essential reading for legal and corporate advisors in the financial sector, and a valuable resource on the duties of directors and trustees of the affected entities. For more information and to order your copy from Lexis Nexis, please click the link below.

Using Data Analytics, Robotic Process Automation, and Artificial Intelligence to Meet Modern Regulatory Director Responsibilities

Dr David Millhouse, the Senior Research Fellow at the Faculty of Law at Bond University, discusses how to utilise analytics, AI and robotic process automation to meet regulatory duties. He will be delving further into this topic at the upcoming In-House Counsel: CPD Compulsory Units taking place on Tuesday 1 December 2020.

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Directors and Officers - Strategic Leadership or Bondage?

Scholarly empirical analyses provide guidance to policy makers in Australia’s ascent from the viral abyss to entrepreneurial sunlit uplands on which post-COVID prosperity might be built. These analyses provide regulatory options which can substantially diminish or lengthen the damage inflicted by the present crisis. They are policy choices only exercisable by the federal government.

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W[h]ither Australia? Will Parliament Act?

Australia is replete with commissions and inquiries into egregious behaviour in its financial sector. This author has quantified the effects of those behaviours on individuals and the wider economy.1 These investigations include Heydon2 (elimination of unhealthy culture), Hayne3 (confluence of law and morality) and the Productivity Commission4 (trust).

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Doubts raised about validity of FASEA code and exam

Future boards of the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority (FASEA) will have no choice but to come to grips with the legal uncertainty inherent in the FASEA code of ethics, according to academic, Dr David Millhouse.

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