Registration Form / Tax Invoice CRICOS Provider No: 00098G ABN: 57 195 873 179 I would like to attend Capital Markets and Investment Banking THE UNIVERSITY OF Tuesday 14 November 2006 NEW SOUTH WALES Title Mr/Mrs/Miss/Ms: 8.30am-12.45pm Grace Hotel , 77 York Street, Sydney Course cost includes tuition, materials and refreshments $352 FACULTY OF LAW First Name: ___________________________________________ I cannot attend but please provide the papers $165 CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION Last Name: ____________________________________________ Cost GST inclusive Total $ Firm/Organisation: _____________________________________ Payment Options I enclose a cheque payable to “CLE, UNSW”, Occupation: ___________________________________________ ■ ■ ■ Capital Markets or Payment by credit card Mastercard Visa Bankcard Address: ______________________________________________ Card number: ___________ / ___________ / ___________ / ___________ ___________________________________ Postcode: _________ Expiry date: ________ / ________ and Investment Telephone: ____________________________________________ Fax: __________________________________________________ Cardholder’s name: ___________________________________________ Banking Email: ________________________________________________ Signature: ___________________________________________________ Please return this registration form with your payment to: CLE, Tel: (02) 9385 2267 or (02) 9385 2195 Faculty of Law, Fax: (02) 9385 1155 or (02) 9385 1778 UNSW, Sydney Email: firstname.lastname@example.org NSW 2052. Website: www.cle.unsw.edu.au Programme Variation: The Director of CLE retains the right to vary the programme to deal with unforeseen circumstances. This includes cancelling or re-scheduling a programme and changing speakers or content if occasion obliges us to do so. Cancellation Policy: Cancellations will be accepted up to two weeks prior to the commencement of the course. Withdrawal after this time and before the commencement of the course will result in a cancellation charge of $100. Cancellations after the commencement of the course will not u Tuesday 14 November 2006 .a be eligible for a refund. du Privacy note: The information you have provided on this form will only be used by UNSW to distribute information about University courses and 8.30am-12.45pm .e sw activities to you. un Office Use Only: Grace Hotel , 77 York Street e. .cl Rec’d Inv No. Auth No. Sydney w w w Audience • Solicitors in General Practice Capital Markets and Investment Banking • Banking & Finance specialists Tuesday 14 November 2006 • Insolvency practitioners • Corporate Counsel or Company Secretary in Financial Institutions Chair: Sebastian HEMPEL, Partner 10.45am Morning tea • Project & Property Development advisers Minter Ellison 11.00am • Fund Mangers and their advisers 8.45am Opening remarks from Chair • Regulatory officers Topic 3: Role and Duty of a Trustee 8.55am Object Speaker: John MUNTON, Partner Topic 1: New products and developments in the Corrs Chambers Westgarth The increased complexity of the financial markets has domestic and international debt capital seen a growth in the variety and nature of Debt • Role of trustees in securitisation and markets instruments and financing products. We will provide an capital markets transactions overview of the areas of banking activity, products and Speaker: David OLSSON and Scott FARRELL • Key issues for trustees (limintation of their application to particular market needs. Partners, Mallesons Stephen Jaques liability, limiting extent of discretion, This seminar will address the current legal issues of • Domestic and international debt program programme mechanics) concern in relation to new products and the regulation and issues • Sources of liabilities for Trustees of the financial services markets. The Legislative • Securitisation framework used for the regulation of the Financial • Recent developments (Bridgecorp) Services Industry will be explored. We will also look at • Hybrid debt/equity products case studies of the recent application of new products 11.55am • Structured debt products to particular funding situations. We will provide an Topic 4 Acquisition Finance update and overview of recent developments in cases 9.50am and the role of the regulators. Speaker Jim HUNWICK, Partner Topic 2: Recent Developments in Investment Johnson Winter Slattery This seminar is held in recognition of the need for Banking and Regulatory Challenges training in relation to Core issues in Banking for legal • Borrowers requirements officers in financial institutions and their advisers. Speaker: Peter TILLMAN • Funding alternatives and takeouts Director Transactions Legal, UBS CLE/CPD Points: Four (4) • Recent developments (Bridgecorp) • Types of transactions and appropriate About CLE/CPD products and services 12.50am-1.00pm Q&A Close The CLE/CPD programme is an important link between the Law School at UNSW and the professional • Critical points in the transaction community. The programme consists of a series of • Conflict, Compliance and Ethical issues that quality short courses assisting lawyers, accountants, occur (ASIC v Citigroup) financial planners, executives and other professionals For more information visit our website: whose work demands up-to-date knowledge of, and • Regulatory issues www.cle.unsw.edu.au skills in, the relevant areas.
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