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International tax inbound investment presentation

Published on 10 Sep 04 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

The pace of change in the international tax arena has proceeded unabated since the Board of Taxation's International Taxation Report and the Treasurer's Budget Announcements in 2003. The subsequent legislative 'deluge' presents a challenge to corporates in understanding the changes.

This presentation takes a practical case study approach and examines:
- key international tax issues relevent to in-bound cross-border structuring and financing arrangements
- utilisation of trust and stapled structures
- Trans-Tasman investment
- DTA's and Free Trade Agreements
- venture capital
- exit and repatriation.

Author profile:

Mark GREEN
Mark, Partner with Minter Ellison, advises in the energy and infrastructure sectors and on M&A for corporate entities, including tax effective financing. He has also worked with international companies and is a guest lecturer in International Taxation, Monash Uni Law Faculty.
Current at 26 April 2004
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This was presented at VICTORIAN/TASMANIAN STATE CONVENTION: TAX - A BALANCING ACT.

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