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Authors: Liz Hastilow, Ray Giblett, James Morris, Rajaee Rouhani, Stephen Lee, Jeremy Moller, Charles Nugent-Young, Merren Taylor, Timothy Chan, Joshua Kan, Steven Li, Liam Mackay and Mia Blundell.

Regulatory activity in the financial services sector picked up between February and April 2024. Notably, ASIC made an opening statement before the public inquiry into insurers’ responses

Authors: Ray Giblett, James Morris, Rajaee Rouhani, Stephen Lee, Jeremy Moller, Charles Nugent-Young, Merren Taylor, Timothy Chan, Joshua Kan, Dylan Sault and Steven Li 

Welcome to our first wrap up of the year! We are looking forward to sharing more updates with you this year.

November 2023

The month of November saw many new developments

In this latest episode of our EMEA regulatory insights series colleagues from Australia, Hong Kong, and Singapore provide their thoughts and insights on what 2024 holds from a financial services regulatory perspective.

The podcast can be found here.

October was another busy month in the financial services regulatory space. ASIC issued a number of new legislative instruments to continue the relief available under sunsetting class orders, while also removing certain notification obligations under the reportable situations regime. Interestingly, these changes were followed by ASIC’s second publication on insights from the reportable situations regime,

In our EMEA regulatory insights series colleagues from our EMEA offices provide an update on the key regulatory issues they are seeing in their local market. In this third episode James Morris from our Sydney office discuss what they are seeing in the Australian market touching on reforms to payment systems regulation, buy now pay