The Regulatory Review provides readers with a balanced and current account of movements in the Australian and global regulatory scene. The authors break down legislative reform, releases by regulators and government agencies, as well as reviews, consultations, decisions and enforcement actions undertaken by regulatory bodies.
The Regulatory Review is a product of the co-founders’ time together as colleagues. It was born out of a strong, mutual interest in corporate regulation, financial markets, and domestic and cross-border deals. It is an outlet for their passion in these areas.
The Regulatory Review is age-agnostic, however fundamentally appeals to students and young professionals who are seeking a comprehensive supplement to traditional studies and workplace learning.
Dean is a third year Commerce/Laws student at University of New South Wales, majoring in Finance and FinTech. His professional experience spans investment banking, and corporate restructuring and insolvency. He is an academic tutor within the UNSW Law Faculty, and holds an editorship with the UNSW Law Journal. Dean writes on corporations, competition and consumer, foreign investment and takeovers.
Jeremy is a final year Commerce/Laws student at the University of Sydney, majoring in Finance. He currently works in-house legal at an ASX-listed consumer lending company. He also brings to the Regulatory Review his professional experience working in tax advisory, corporate restructuring and insolvency. Jeremy writes on corporations, competition and consumer, and foreign investment.