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King & Wood Mallesons | USA, China | 7 May 2018

Blockchain Legislation丨Increased Accountability: Supervision and Legal Risks of an Initial Coin Offering

There is a new trend appearing in the regulation of virtual currencies. Countries such as the United States, Japan, and South Korea are strengthening


King & Wood Mallesons | USA, Australia | 28 Sep 2016

ASIC makes key announcements concerning licence exemptions for foreign financial service providers

Today ASIC has made key announcements for foreign financial service providers (FFSPs) who rely on Australian financial services licence exemptions


King & Wood Mallesons | Australia, United Kingdom | 21 Jun 2013

An update on the snowballing LIBOR scandal

The ongoing ramifications of the LIBOR scandal for global banks suggests that resolution of the problems for banks caused by the scandal have a way


King & Wood Mallesons | USA | 30 Jul 2012

How much do Australians need to worry now about Dodd-Frank?

Instead, they are likely to find that the draft guidance on the CrossBorder Application of Certain Swaps Provisions of the Commodity Exchange Act provided by the CFTC is unclear, inconsistent and at times contradictory


King & Wood Mallesons | Australia | 15 Sep 2011

ASIC passporting relief notices due this month

If you are regulated by the UK FSA, the US SEC, Federal Reserve, OCC or CFTC, the Monetary Authority of Singapore, the HK SFC or the German BaFin and have been granted Australian licensing relief then this month you must lodge a notice with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission to continue providing financial services to wholesale clients in Australia.


King & Wood Mallesons | Australia | 7 Jun 2011

Increases in regulatory capital for retail OTC derivative issuers

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) proposes to increase the cash flow and regulatory capital required by issuers of contracts for difference (CFDs) and other retail over-the counter (OTC) derivatives.

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