Foreign Investment Review Board Update (2017) Online CPD

Foreign Investment Review Board Update (2017) 1 CPD Unit

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Foreign Investment Review Board Update (2017) 1 CPD Unit

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Foreign Investment Review Board Update (2017)

Key Learning Outcomes:

  • Know that the current FIRB application fees are and varying forms of approval;
  • What is a foreign person?
  • What is a foreign trust?
  • When it is best to apply for FIRB approval for a client.
  • What to do if a contract is not subject to a purchaser obtaining FIRB approval.

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About your Speaker

Since Emma’s admission as a solicitor in 2002, she has practiced exclusively in the area of property law. In 2011 she was recognised by the Law Institute of Victoria (‘LIV’) as an accredited specialist in property law. Emma has worked in various medium and small sized firms conducting commercial acquisitions and dispositions, general conveyancing, commercial and retail leasing, off-the-plan developments and mortgage realisation matters. Emma is a member of the LIV, its leases committee and accredited property law specialists study group.

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5 reviews for Foreign Investment Review Board Update (2017) 1 CPD Unit

  1. jrockett

    A GOOD REFRESHER. The thresholds have reduced, so we need to update this one.

  2. jrockett

    A good refresher. The thresholds for FIRBs attention has been substantially reduced, so this one needs an update.

  3. jrockett

    Good refresher, but there has been a major reduction in the relevant threshold for attention (I think the business needs to be greater than $300M), before FIRB get involved. Perhaps an update.

  4. jrockett

    Good refresher, but there has been a major reduction in the relevant threshold for attention (I think the business needs to be greater than $300M), before FIRB get involved. Perhaps an update.

  5. jrockett

    A little dry. I didn’t realise that this FIRB lecture would be focused on property law but should have. My interest is purely corporation law, so my interest was significantly more macro. Also, the minimal thresholds before interest from FIRB will be attracted has just increased from 25M to $300M (I think), which greatly reduces FIRB attention, so will need an update. This just positively impacted an international transition to Canada following their dispute with the ASIC and the ASX.

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