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E-commerce, cloud and cross-border transactions presentation

Published on 26 Mar 14 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • e-commerce v cloud computing
  • traditional basis of taxation
  • the work of the OECD
  • royalties
  • business profits
  • permanent establishments
  • OECD BEPS report and action plan
  • Australia’s response
  • international approach
  • impact on Australian multinationals.

Author profiles

Spyros Kotsopoulos CTA
Photo of author, Spyros KOTSOPOULOS Spyros Kotsopoulos, CTA, is a Tax Advisory Partner at Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu in Sydney with over 25 years experience. Spyros advises clients ranging from high wealth family groups, large corporate groups and private equity and is mindful of the specific needs of the commercial interests of each of these stakeholders when providing tax advice. The emphasis of Spyros’ advisory work is on tax structuring, M&A transaction services (including tax due diligence and review of tax indemnities and warranties), strategic tax planning and tax controversy/audit. Spyros has advised clients involved in the following industries financial services, funds management, property and construction, and professional services. - Current at 17 January 2022
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Manisha Singh
Manisha works as a Consultant for Deloitte. - Current at 01 April 2011
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Independent review and dispute resolution

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Alternative dispute resolution and the Australian Taxation Office

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Commissioner's address

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