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Published on 08 Feb 08
by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA
This paper covers:
managing the implementation within the Bank
transitional considerations for banks
key features of the transitional rules
issues and uncertainties within the rules
specific challenges for banks.
Jeff is a Senior Manager in Group Taxation at National Australia Bank and assists with the overall management of the Group’s tax strategies and policies. He has worked closely with the Group’s Capital Management team on a range of capital management initiatives, including various hybrid funding structures. He has also been actively involved in the consultation process for a range of tax reform initiatives impacting the banking and finance industry. Current at 18 December 2007
Liz is the Head of Taxation for National Australia Bank's Australian Banking and nabCapital operations and in this role is the Public Officer for NAB and many of its subsidiaries. In her current role, Liz is responsible for leading and managing tax risk management and compliance activities at NAB and providing advice to a variety of internal business units. Before joining NAB, Liz specialised in financial services tax at Coopers & Lybrand. She also spent 10 years in senior policy and advising roles in the Australian Taxation Office, including the Banking and Finance Cell, in Canberra and in Melbourne. Current at 2 July 2008
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