Published on 09 Oct 09
by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
The interaction between the tax rules and finance instruments is at the cutting-edge of corporate finance and tax outcomes. This often dictates the manner in which corporate projects are financed.
This paper covers:
- convertibles and hybrids
- withholding tax and franking
- financing on-shore and off-shore operations.
Cameron Rider FTI
Cameron is a Partner at PwC, practising in tax controversy and corporate tax. He was a Professor of Taxation Law at the Melbourne University Law School, and still teaches a course on Mineral and Petroleum Tax. Current at 12 February 2016
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Martin Fry FTI
Martin has been a Partner in the Allens Tax Group for over fifteen years, and has focused on resource companies, banks and infrastructure projects. He has extensive experience advising on the tax aspects of capital management transactions for ASX-listed companies, most recently in relation to Rio Tinto's 2015 off-market tender share buyback and on-market share buyback. He has also advised APRA-regulated banks on the tax aspects of hybrid equity and subordinated debt instruments. He advises consortia and financiers on the tax aspects of project finance for major infrastructure projects including M2, M5 and M7 motorways, among others. He is a Senior Fellow of the Law Faculty of the University of Melbourne. Current at 12 February 2016
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