After a long delay, ASIC has issued the final Regulatory Guide 274 for the Design and Distribution Obligations (DDO).

Our latest Insight provides an overview of how the Regulatory Guide deals with key questions raised by issuers and distributors. We look at issues of interest to all industries, and some particular questions for banking, superannuation and investments, and insurance.

Our final webinar of 2020 will also focus on the DDO Regulatory Guide. Please join us this Friday by registering here.

Date: Friday, 18 December 2020
Time: 10am – 11am Australian Eastern Daylight Time (UTC +11)
RSVP: at your earliest convenience
Contact: Amy Ghataora  +61 2 9230 4535   E Amy.Ghataora@allens.com.au


WA legal practitioners – Allens is a CPD QA provider for CPD sessions which extends to legal practitioners outside of Allens and includes our clients. This session can be treated as complying with the requirements to obtain CPD points to satisfy the CPD condition.

Competency area: Substantive Law 1 hour (Competency Area 4) – 1 CPD point

NSW/VIC/QLD legal practitioners – CPD is based on self-assessment. If the session is relevant to your immediate or long-term needs in relation to your professional development and practice of law, then you may wish to consider recording it under the core field.

Core area: Substantive Law 1 hour – 1 CPD point