Research Prize Recipients
|The Quincecare Quagmire: Clarifying the Duty in Australian Law
|Directing the Sinking Ship - Where to From Here
|Helen Dervan and Simon Jensen
|Reserve Bank of New Zealand decision-making â is a governance board the best option for prudential regulation?
|Finance v2.0 - An Analysis of the Impact of Blockchain, Smart Contracts and Extensible Markup Language on Debt Capital Markets in Australia
|Disclaimer Explainer: what are the legal consequences of disclaimer of real property under s 133 of the Bankruptcy Act 1966 (CTH)
|Shutting the courts out: Developing consumer credit law when privatised dispute resolution dominates the landscape
|Arrangers beware, you owe a duty of care. The Golden Belt Sukuk: an analysis for Australian Debt Capital Markets
|Equitable subrogation in Australia and England
|Regulating financial product design in Australia: an analysis of the UK approach
|Debt for equity swaps and corporate restructuring under s 444GA of the Corporations Act
|Responding to bank failure: Evaluating Open Bank Resolution in New Zealand
|Tracing Value and the Value of Tracing: Three Puzzles for the Banking Lawyer
|The Anti-Deprivation Principle
|The Duties of Bank Customers: W(h)ither Tai Hing?
|The Doctrine of Merger and Post-Judgement Contractual Interest
|Has the Financial Services Reform Act fixed the problems with Regulation of Securities and Derivatives?
|The UNCITRAL Model Law on Cross-Border Insolvency and its impact on maritime creditors
|The Impact of credit derivitaves on corporate debt restructuring
|Collateral retrieval in derivatives transactions: A collateral provider's perspective on posting collateral
|Characterisation and Protection of LendersÃÂ¥ÃÂ¤ Interests in Insurance
|How to get a whole lot more out of your business - the importation of United Kingdom Whole Business Securitisation Technology into Australia
|The Legal Nature of "Electronic Money"
|Regulating Ethical Investment: Disclosure under the Financial Services Reform Act
|Recovery of Mistaken Payments under the Liggett Doctrine: A Banker's "Plan B"
|Secured Finance Law & Practice in the Global Information Age.
|Honourable mention. No first prize awarded
|Duncan Bentley & Patrick Quirk
|A Proposal for Electronic Transactions Tax Collection (ETTC) in the Context of Tax Driven Reform of Banking Laws
|Floating Charge Restrictive Clauses and Unsecured Negative Pledge Covenants in Australian Corporate Debt Finance
|Debt-Equity Conflict: Where does Project Finance Fit?
|Dr Michael G Hains
|The Two-Sided Nature of a Futures Contract: Its Meaning and Relevance to OTC Derivatives
|Prudent Trustee, Managed Funds & Commonwealth Superannuation Industry
|1993 Revision of Uniform Customs & Practice for Documentary Credits
|Letters of Credit: The Autonomy Principle & the Fraud Exception