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Base erosion and profit shifting (“BEPS”) – What does it mean for Australian business from the large multinationals to the SMEs? paper

Published on 28 Aug 14 by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • the BEPS debate
  • key focus areas of the BEPS action plan
  • will the perceived BEPS problem be solved?
  • what does it all mean?

Author profiles

Steve Hendy
Steve Plant
Matthew Popham CTA
Matt is the current Director of Taxation for the Asia Pacific operations for Newmont Mining Corporation, a US listed gold mining group. Prior to joining Newmont in April 2019, Matt was an International Tax Partner at KPMG in Perth for 9 years, specialising in providing international tax and transfer pricing advice to multinational groups in a range of industries including Energy & Natural resources, the mining and engineering services sector and energy infrastructure groups. Matt also specialized in advising not-for-profit organisations on a range of taxation matters. Matt is originally from the UK and first came to Australia in 2001, having worked at KPMG and Arthur Andersen for 7 years. Since that time he has been a regular speaker at Tax Institute’s events in WA and is a past Chair of WA State Council. He also guest lectures at Curtin University on International tax. - Current at 20 January 2020
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