Governance and Conduct Obligations in Financial Services
Governance and Conduct Obligations in Financial Services is a comprehensive and incisive text that specifically covers corporate governance, conduct obligations and conduct risk.
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This text provides an introduction to the nature of obligations which are specifically imposed on high managerial agents of corporations, and also provides an overview of general conduct obligations, mis-selling and conduct risk generally in financial services. Corporate Governance in Financial Services is a useful resource for practitioners working in the areas of commercial law, corporations law, intellectual property, litigation and media and communications.
- Unifying framework for examining the nature of obligations specifically imposed on high managerial agents of corporations and also an overview of general conduct obligations, mis-selling and conduct risk generally in financial services
- Plain English explanations of complex concepts
- Baxt, Black & Hanrahan, Securities and Financial Services Law, 8th ed, 2012
- Farrar & Hanrahan, Corporate Governance, 2016
Table of contents
PART A - OUTLINE
PART B - DUTIES BASED ON THE STATUS OF THE FINANCIAL SERVICES PARTICIPANT
2. Fiduciary and Equitable Duties at General Law
3. Duties of Directors and Officers
4. Duties of a Responsible Entity
5. Duties of Registrable Superannuation Entities
6. Duties of Trustees of Self-Managed Superannuation Funds
7. Duties of Insurance Entities
8. Duties of Authorised Deposit-taking Institutions
9. Duties of Entities that Provide Advice
10. Duties of Australian Financial Services Licensees
PART C - GENERAL CONDUCT OBLIGATIONS IMPOSED ON ANY ENTITY THAT PROVIDES FINANCIAL SERVICES
11. Obligation of good faith
12. Misleading or Deceptive Conduct
13. Unconscionable Conduct
14. Unfair contract terms
15. Anti-Competitive Conduct
PART D – OBLIGATIONS RELATING TO THE USE AND PROTECTION OF CUSTOMER INFORMATION
16. Collection, Use and Disclosure of Personal Information
17. Cyber Security Obligations
PART E – CONTEMPORARY DEVELOPMENTS IN MANAGING CONDUCT RISK AND REMEDIATION
18. The Role of Behavioural Insights and Statistics in a Regulatory Context
19. ASIC Guidance Relating to Remediation Programs
20. Recommendations of Financial System Inquiry