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Hybrid instruments presentation


This presentation covers:

  • key concepts
  • convertible note
  • perpetual note
  • redeemable note
  • redeemable preference share.

Author profiles:

Author Photo - Cameron RIDER
Cameron RIDER
Cameron practices in corporate and international tax at Allens Arthur Robinson. Cameron’s practice currently encompasses corporate restructures and acquisitions (including in the mining sector), consolidation, taxation of financial arrangements and foreign currency transactions, taxation of intellectual property, and international transfer pricing. Cameron has returned as a Tax Partner at Allens Arthur Robinson after a period as Professor of Taxation Law at the University of Melbourne.
Current at 9 February 2009
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Daniel FRY
Daniel Fry FTIA is a Partner at taxation law firm Norton & Smailes in Western Australia. He began his career as a Chartered Accountant at Arthur Andersen in its superannuation and tax division and has been a Solicitor with Norton & Smailes since 1999. Daniel practises in all areas of tax but mainly specialises in superannuation, trusts, capital gains tax, and estate and succession planning.
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This was presented at 48th Victorian State Convention .

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Managing trust losses

Author(s):  Meagan O'CONNOR,  Rob JEREMIAH

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Division 7A the 'sleeping giant'

Author(s):  David STAVROPOULOS

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Bamford v Federal Commissioner of Taxation

Author(s):  Terry MURPHY

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Trusts and distribution resolutions in the light of Bamford

Author(s):  Nabil (Bill) F. OROW

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Inbound investment emerging issues

Author(s):  Vik KHANNA

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