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Corporate reconstructions – A game of snakes and ladders paper

Published on 11 Sep 14 by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • summary table
  • CGT concessions
  • consolidation
  • stamp duty concessions.

Author profiles:

Troy Morgan CTA
Troy works as a Partner with Deloitte Private in Brisbane. Troy advises a wide range of clients on various tax and commercial matters including business structuring, restructuring, inbound and outbound investment, tax effective financing, and small business CGT concessions. Prior to joining Deloitte in 2012, Troy undertook a similar role with PwC Private clients for 4 years and before that, worked as a CFO for a funds management and structured property finance group. Current at 24 November 2014 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Troy MORGAN.
 
James Petterson ATI
James an Account Director at Deloitte in Brisbane, advises government and private sector clients in relation to state taxes matters, including stamp duty, payroll tax and land tax matters. James advises on state tax matters across all Australian jurisdictions and has extensive experience in advising clients on stamp duty planning in relation to corporate restructuring and acquisitions, advising government on major infrastructure divestment projects, and advising clients on transactions across all business sectors. In addition, James is a contributing author to LexisNexis's Australian Stamp Duties Law. Current at 16 December 2015 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by James PETTERSON.

This was presented at 2014 Queensland Annual State Convention.

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