Monthly Archives: October 2021

Kalium Lakes Limited (Kalium Lakes) (ASX: KLL) has successfully completed an oversubscribed $50 million capital raising to fund the expansion of its Beyondie Sulphate of Potash Project (BSOPP) in Western Australia with assistance from Thomson Geer. Proceeds from the capital raising will be used to fund the expansion of production at the BSOPP to 120,000 […]

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Welcome to the latest issue of our SA Public Sector Newsletter. Access to public sector information is featured in this edition with the signing of a joint statement by Australian Information Commissioners and Ombudsmen to promote the proactive release of information by Government Agencies, through adoption of their Open by Design Principles.

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Welcome to the latest issue of our Banking Sector Newsletter. Some of the most wide ranging regulatory reforms affecting the Australian banking industry have been introduced this month. The Australian Banking Association has highlighted six key changes which will provide important protections for customers. The Financial Planning Association’s annual Money & Life Tracker: Freedom Edition […]

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Welcome to Issue 121 of the NSW Public Sector Newsletter. The Australian Lawyers Alliance has called for federal legislation to protect the integrity of COVID-19 tracing data and the Digital Transformation Agency is calling for feedback on a draft Bill to support the expansion of the Australian Government’s Digital Identity System. To view our full wrap-up […]

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Thomson Geer is proud have been named Australian Mid-Market M&A Legal Advisor of the Year by global mergers and acquisitions research firm Mergermarket. Thomson Geer won the award at Mergermarket’s Australia M&A Awards for 2021. Over the past 12 months Thomson Geer has been recognised as a “go-to” legal advisor for complex mid-market transactions in […]

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Integrity is the theme of this fortnight’s newsletter – data and generally. The Australian Lawyers Alliance has called for federal legislation to protect the integrity of COVID-19 tracing data and the Digital Transformation Agency is calling for feedback on a draft Bill to support the expansion of the Australian Government’s Digital Identity System. Two of […]

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As part of measures against illegal Phoenix activity, from November 2021, most company directors will need to obtain a director identification number. Affected directors include any director (or alternative director) of: an Australian company or registered Australian body; a foreign company registered with the ASIC; or an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporation registered under […]

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In this issue transparency in government is in focus with articles on various government agencies and the release and access to information. Human rights is also in focus, with a new report from the Australian Human Rights Commission calling on the Australian Government, businesses and institutional investors to take more action to prevent business-related human […]

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Welcome to Issue 120 of the NSW Public Sector Newsletter. The NSW Government believes that the NSW Government can use Artificial Intelligence (AI) to benefit the community and is taking actions to ensure that AI is used safely, ethically and effectively. Click here to view their vision. If you would like to be informed or need assistance in […]

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Welcome to Issue 92 of our Banking Sector Newsletter. In this issue, ASIC has published updated guidance on the prohibition of hawking financial products. The reforms mean a person must not offer a financial product to a retail client during unsolicited, real time contact. The changes are aimed at preventing people being sold products they don’t want […]

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