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M&A update presentation


This presentation covers:

  • certain M&A related cases:
    • Mongoose
    • RCF
  • M&A related class rulings
  • IPO structuring
  • interaction related M&A issues.

Author profile

Mark Goldsmith
Photo of author, Mark GOLDSMITH Mark is the National Leader of the Deloitte M&A - Tax practice and has over 23 years' experience as a partner, during which time Mark has focussed on domestic and cross-border M&A for both strategic and financial buyers. Mark has for many years been actively involved in all forms of M&A transactions including private equity based deals, public markets transactions, IPOs and development and use of various funding structures. Mark has worked on a variety of Australia's leading M+A transactions. - Current at 05 February 2014
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This was presented at NSW 7th Annual Tax Forum .

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When the ATO comes knocking…

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ATO SMSF update

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The superannuation/SMSF licensing regime panel session

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GST update

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Employee share schemes and incentives for private companies and start ups

Author(s):  Louise BOYCE

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Aspects of the BEPS action plan

Author(s):  Mark KONZA

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Independent review

Author(s):  Deborah HASTINGS

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Avoiding the testamentary trust for better options

Author(s):  Peter BOBBIN

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Independent review - The taxpayers perspective

Author(s):  Chris KINSELLA

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Commissioner's address

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