School Of Law

Corporate Finance and Securities Regulation LawWestern Sydney University Unit Code: 200648.1


Student Contribution Band: 3

Level: 3

Credit Points: 10

200018 Law of Associations

About this Unit
The Unit examines the regulatory aspects of corporate finance decision making, the issuance of corporate securities, and their secondary market trading both on-line and off-line. The Unit is both interdisciplinary (law, and aspects of accounting, economics, and behavioural theory), and comparative (the Australian Securities markets vis a vis the US and UK markets, as against the Japanese and German securities markets). Where appropriate, the influence of taxation law and policy are also taken into account. Topics discussed include the theory and development of securities markets, internationalisation of securities markets and its consequences, regulation of market practices such as manipulation and insider trading, continuing corporate disclosure requirements, and the licensing and conduct of securities business including the futures industry.

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