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(IPS) is a document, generally between an investor and the assisting investment manager, recording the agreements the two parties come to with regards to issues relating to how the investor's money is to be managed. In other cases, an IPS may also be created by an investment committee (e.g., those charged with making investment decisions for an endowment or pension plan) to help establish and record its own policies in order to assist in future decision-making or to help maintain consistency of its policies by future committee members or to clarify expectations for prospective money managers who may be hired by the committee.
In response to significant increases in foreign investment, Australia's foreign investment policy has been updated to clarify the rules that will be applied when reviewing investment proposals by foreign investors especially those from foreign governments and their related entities. Partner Jeremy Low and Lawyer Tim Cardiff report on the changes and their implications. For the first time, the Australian Government has formally set out how it will apply the 'national interest' test. The application of this test will need to be considered in structuring transactions and ... Read More
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