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The law of public listed companies 506 (6 points)
Synopsis: The rules governing companies that seek to raise funds from the public. Regulation of the securities industry in Australia and the regulation of takeovers. The securities industry. The nature of securities. The regulation of the stock exchange, brokers and other dealers; proscribed market practices. The regulation of offerings of securities. The aims and objectives of takeover legislation. The regulation of takeovers.The policies and perspectives underlying these regimes. The impact of the legislative reforms currently occurring in this area.
Assessment: Optional written research assignment (3000 words): 30% Final examination (2 hours or 3 hours): 70% or 100%
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