Australia’s leading conference focused entirely on the mining and oil & gas industries
Since the most recent mining boom in the mid 2000s, Australia’s resources sector’s contribution has exploded. The sector delivers economic wealth, jobs, high wages, investment and tax revenues to Australians. Together with mining services, the resources sector makes up over 8 per cent of Australia’s economy. With continuous ebbs and flows, increased complexities and the rise in demand for renewables, resources-specific tax training is in high demand. The National Resources Tax Conference is the only conference in Australia focusing specifically on tax practitioners in this space.
Industry experts and an expansive technical program
This excellent conference held over two days will address a range of topical content including questions of tax transparency, increased complexity in transfer pricing, R&D claims, valuations and Part IVA. Adding to this continued focus, will be sessions on contingent consideration, project combinations and stamp duty as well as evaluating M&A opportunities, plus much more.
Who should attend?
A must-attend event for all tax practitioners working in mining, resources, oil and gas.
Venue and destination
This year’s conference will be held at the fabulous Westin Hotel in Perth. It’s a great opportunity to return to in person events and reconnect with colleagues and peers from across the profession.
Network, network, network
Our specialist conferences are designed to allow delegates the time to enjoy robust technical discussions with colleagues and incorporate several opportunities throughout for attendees to mingle with peers and presenters. Each conference program includes dedicated networking functions for attendees to connect with like-minded members of the profession and discuss the latest issues in tax and beyond.
Flexible format and attendance options
Once again, the event will be offered in a hybrid format – in person and online – to afford you the opportunity to learn in the most convenient way possible.