Foreign Investment Regulation in Australia
Foreign Investment Regulation in Australia (FIR) provides lawyers, accountants, corporate advisers, and executives of multinational corporations with a current compendium of the relevant information relating to foreign investment in Australia.
FIR is a comprehensive two volume looseleaf service that offers:
- comprehensive overview of all material and processes involving applications to and dealing with FIRB
- detailed, expert analysis of the areas of legislation and government policy comprising the regulatory framework that applies to foreign investment in Australia
- value-adding annotations and easy access to the key, relevant legislation, regulations and instruments in relation to the above
|Author||Lumsden, A; Knight, L
|Updates||Approximately 3 updates per year; 2 Looseleaf Volumes
|Charging Method||Per Issue
|Updates||Updated as developments require
The commentary chapters of Foreign Investment Regulation in Australia provide both detailed, expert analysis as well as helpful practical know-how regarding the areas of legislation and government policy that comprise the regulatory framework applicable to foreign investment in Australia. In particular, the commentary in FIR meaningfully addresses the issues arising for legal and other practitioners relevant to the regulation of foreign investment in Australia.
- Overview of Foreign Investment Regulation in Australia
- Who Should Consider The Regime?
- Notification under The Foreign Acquisitions and Takeovers Act 1975
- Compulsory Notification under the Policy
- Voluntary Notification
- National Interest Test
- Approvals Process and Timelines
- Ownership Restrictions Outside of the FATA and the Policy
- Recent Trends in Foreign Investment Screening
- Foreign Investment Decisions