Published on 01 Aug 08
by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper covers:
Virgin Blue's Carbon offset scheme and the Greenhouse Friendly program
proposed framework for the Australian emissions Trading Scheme (ETS)
other ETS in operation (NSW, European), Proposed NZ scheme
GST - characterising the supply
international air transport - GST free.
Brendon has been with Virgin Blue since 2004. In his role he is
responsible for implementing the airline's financial risk management strategy, involvement in aircraft financing projects, managing transactional banking and merchant acquiring relationships and also has responsibility for the insurance requirements of the group. Prior to Virgin Blue, Brendon spent over seven years working for KPMG where he qualified as a Chartered Accountant. Whilst at KPMG Brendon worked both in Australia and the UK principally in audit and advisory roles. Current at 01 August 2008
Brett Clark joined Virgin Blue in 2004 after working in corporate tax roles at Mincom and Rio Tinto and qualifying as a chartered accountant with Coopers & Lybrand. Brett graduated from the Queensland University of Technology with Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Laws degrees. Current at 01 August 2008
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