Google’s monopoly in search and search advertising markets, as well as advertising technology supply chains has driven the series of antitrust lawsuits filed against the tech giant. Continue reading Google embroiled in US antitrust proceedings
As SPAC volumes explode into 2021, Asian market regulators entertain the idea of loosening listing rules while Australia stands ground on its ‘cash-box’ rule Continue reading Asian regulators test investor appetite of SPACs while Australia rejects the idea
As it celebrates its 21st birthday, we take a look at the Australian regulatory success story that is the Takeovers Panel Continue reading The Takeovers Panel: welcome to adulthood
SPACs are currently all the rage in US public equity markets. They exploded in popularity through 2020, with no sign of this trend bucking in 2021. Continue reading SPACs: fads or future of financial engineering?
Recent reform to Australia’s foreign investment framework is the most significant in nearly 50 years, focusing on fresh national security risks arising in the current digital age Continue reading National security central to new foreign investment reforms