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A recent decision of Justice Rees of the Supreme Court of New South Wales confirms the importance of keeping proper financial books and records in the context of insolvency.
As the Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to spread across the globe, people and businesses are facing unprecedented challenges, both immediate and strategic. Governments in various jurisdictions have ...
The investment creed of today is no longer a simple statement of better returns, quality targets or sound financials. Increasingly, capital flows are being directed into businesses that are assessed to be “sustainable”.
The High Court of Australia has made it clear that even when a person does not hold a formal "office" within a company, that person may still have duties and responsibilities as an "officer" of the company under the ...
Sandra Seah, Chelsea Chan and Eef Gerard Van Emmerick spoke to Max Latchmore in our London Sustainability Group to discuss LYS Energy’s (LYS) recent Green Loan run through our Singapore office.
With fleets around the world grounded, many airlines are facing the unprecedented prospect of either bankruptcy or nationalisation. Our Aviation team takes a look at the long term impact coronavirus will have on the ...
On 29 March 2020 the Treasurer announced two significant changes to Australia's foreign investment rules.
The changes are effectively immediately (but will not apply to transactions entered into before 10.30pm on 29 ...
In Hong Kong, any person who intends to carry out "money services" must apply for a money services operator ("MSO") licence from the Customs and Excise Department ("CED") under the Anti-Money Laundering and ...
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