Securities and Financial Services Law, 8th edition (eBook)
|Author(s) :||Baxt, R; Black, A; Hanrahan, P|
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|Published :||July, 2012|
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Click here to read the review first published in the Victorian Law Institute Journal - April 2013.
Click here to see the book review irst published in "Ethos" - Journal of ACT Law Society - March 2013 Issue 227.
Securities and Financial Services Law is a high-level work of an advanced corporations law subject.
The 8th edition has been updated to include the new future of financial advice reforms and incorporates new features to make the text more accessible while still maintaining the academic rigour expected from this author team.
· Written by leaders in the securities and financial services field
· Includes commentary on FoFA reforms
· Provides a concise and thorough commentary on financial services law
· Is a current and comprehensive treatment of financial services in a dynamic market
Austin & Ramsay, Ford's Principles of Corporations Law, 14th ed, 2010
Baxt, Fletcher & Fridman, Corporations and Associations: Cases and Materials 10th ed, 2008
Part 1 Introduction
1. Regulating securities and markets
2. Administration of the securities and financial services laws
3. The statutory definitions
Part 2 Issuers
4. Regulation of securities offerings
5. Conducting a regulated securities offer
6. Offering financial products other than securities
7. Continuous disclosure
8. Liability for defective disclosure
9. Investor claims for defective disclosure
Part 3 Markets
10. Licensing of market providers
11. Regulation of market participants in the securities markets
12. Enforceability of the ASX Listing Rules
Part 4 Intermediaries
13. Licensing financial intermediaries
14. The relationship between financial services licensees and their clients
Part 5 Market Conduct
15. Mergers and acquisitions
16. Market misconduct, prohibited conduct and short selling
17. Insider trading
Baxt AO, R
Robert Baxt AO is an Emeritus Partner at Freehills, and Professorial Fellow at the University of Melbourne.
Ashley Black is a Judge of the Supreme Court of New South Wales. Click here to view his author profile.
Pamela Hanrahan is Associate Professor of Law at Melbourne Law School.