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Morison's Company and Securities Law
A highly regarded service, Morison's Company and Securities Law is one of the most comprehensive narrative-style authorities available on company and securities law. Written by a team of leading practitioners and academics in the field, Morison's covers all facets of company and securities law.
Morison's Company and Securities Law provides commentary to all major relevant legislation, including the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 (FMC Act), the Takeovers Act 1993, and the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Regulations. Morison's is a quintessential guide for any practitioner working in company and securities law.
Authors & Editors
Authors: Rodney Craig, Peter Watts, Kim Francis, Tom Cleary, Janko Marcetic, Tom Pasley, Paul Foley, Silvana Schenone, Igor Drinkovic, Richard Gordon, Neil Campbell, Graeme Crombie, Pavanie Edirisuriya, Lloyd Kavanagh, Judy Chu, Richard Scragg, Trish Keeper, Victoria Stace, Nicole McFarlane
Practitioners (private practice and corporate lawyers), Department of Justice, company directors, corporate business and accounting firms, compliance and risk managers, financial advisers, managers of registered managed invested schemes, discretionary investment management service providers, independent trustees of restricted schemes, derivatives issues, regulated intermediaries (such as person-to-person lending services and crowd-funding platforms)
Regular updates per year
Volume 1: Companies - includes the latest Companies legislation
Volume 2: Companies - includes commentary
Volume 3: Securities - includes the latest Securities legislation
Volume 4: Securities - includes the latest Securities legislation
Volume 5: Securities - includes commentary
Volume 6: Securities – includes annotations to the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 (FMC Act) and related legislation
- Practitioners (private practice and corporate lawyers)
- Department of Justice
- Company directors
- Accounting firms
- Compliance and risk managers
- Financial advisers
- Managers of registered managed investment schemes
- Discretionary investment management service providers
- Independent trustees of restricted schemes
- Derivatives issuers
- Regulated intermediaries (such as person-to-person lending services and crowd-funding platforms)
Morison's Company and Securities Law
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The New Zealand Company and Commercial Law Reports presents a selection of the most important New Zealand judgments on company, arbitration, securities, and commercial law from 2005 onwards. Specialist practitioners and lecturers select cases for their practical relevance and significance.
Heath and Whale on Insolvency provides commentary to all relevant law affecting corporate and personal insolvency in New Zealand. This publication has been written for the busy legal practitioner, with clear, concise commentary on a range of insolvency regimes and adjacent relevant areas. Topics covered in Heath and Whale include: receivership, liquidation, antecedent transactions, secured debt, statutory management, regulation of insolvency practitioners, special entities, cross-border insolvency and court procedure.
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