School Of Law

Corporate Finance and Securities Regulation LawWestern Sydney University Unit Code: 69116.1


Student Contribution Band: 3

Level: 3

Credit Points: 10

Equivalent Units
This unit replaced by 200648 Corporate Finance and Securities Regulation Law in 2009.

200018 Law of Associations

Unit Enrolment Restrictions
Note: This unit is not to be counted for Credit with F3009 - Advanced Corporate Law or F3025 - Securities market regulation.

About this Unit
This unit replaced by 200648 Corporate Finance and Securities Regulation Law. This unit explores corporate financing techniques in the context of tax considerations and priority of security interests. In looking at corporate financing techniques it uses an interdisciplinary approach through economic analysis. It explores the regulation of secondary markets for corporate securities and other financial interests such as futures contracts. Topics 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, substantial shareholdings and the law relating to company takeovers, regulation of securities markets through licensing, conduct of securities business, and regulation of the futures industry.

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