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Published on 09 Oct 09
by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
Inbound investment into Australia presents challenges that are not just confined to tax issues.
This presentation covers emerging issues relevant to inbound investment, including:
financing issues including thin capitalisation and debt deductions
tax treatment of inbound partnerships
cash pooling and netting arrangements
corporate reorganisations including supply chain restructures
disposal of businesses by non-residents.
Vik is a Senior Partner and the leader of the International Tax Practice at Deloitte, Melbourne. Vik has 20 years
experience in the profession and was a partner for over eight years at another Big Four accounting firm. Vik has extensive
experience in advising multinational corporations on cross border transactions, acquisitions and restructures, on tax due
diligence assignments and on financing issues. Vik also has substantial practical experience in advising on the taxation aspects
of private equity investment, MBOs/LBOs, M&A and on cross border and domestic investment generally. As an international
tax/M&A tax specialist, Vik has advised on a large number of significant M&A transactions in the past six years. Current at 9 February 2009
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