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Hall & Wilcox advises Victory Offices Limited on $30 million IPO and ASX listing

Leading Australian law firm Hall & Wilcox is pleased to have advised Victory Offices Limited on its successful $30 million initial public offering of securities and listing on the Australian Securities Exchange.

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Community Bank Regulatory Relief: Exam Cycle and Small Holding Companies

In August 2018, the federal banking agencies issued two interim rules implementing provisions of the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act of 2018 (EGRRCPA) intended to reduce regulatory burdens on banks, thrifts, and their holding companies. On August 23, the federal banking agencies issued joint interim final rules allowing qualifying insured depository institutions with under $3.0 billion in total assets to benefit from an extended 18-month examination schedule in place of the former 12-month schedule. And on August 28, the Federal Reserve issued an interim final rule expanding the applicability of its small bank holding company policy statement to bank holding companies and savings and loan holding companies with consolidated assets of up to $3.0 billion.

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Securities considerations when raising capital

Cleveland attorney Ilirjan Pipa, chair of the firm’s Securities Practice Group, and host Mike Witzke discuss the securities considerations businesses must be aware of and how to properly navigate the various considerations as they prepare to raise capital.

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Security Interest Reborn

Over two years have now passed since the introduction of the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (PPSA) and we are now finally starting to see the courts provide some guidance on practical issues secured parties have been faced with since its inception.

In SFS Projects Australia Pty Ltd v Registrar of Personal Property Securities [2014] FCA 846, Justice Gleeson of the Federal Court rejected the Registrar’s argument for a narrower interpretation of the PPSA favouring a more practical application that will come as welcome relief to anybody dealing with the Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR). More…

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