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Agribusiness Intensive

18-19 April 2024 | Stamford Plaza Brisbane & Online

 

 

Agribusiness

Agribusiness - Current tax and legal issues impacting primary production businesses

The only event of its kind in Australia for those advising agribusiness clients on tax issues, this is a must-attend event. The 2023 event attracted almost 200 tax professionals in the sector and is your once in a year opportunity to connect with the industry.

Boasting two full days of technical sessions, case studies and insightful discussion, the Agribusiness Intensive will keep delegates informed of current tax and legal issues impacting primary production businesses with a focus on long term sustainability 

Expansive program and expert commentary 

For those advising agribusiness clients and working within the industry, this event will give you access to expert commentators, regulators and tax and legal presenters across this in-depth and comprehensive program.  

Exceptional value - 13 CPD Hours.

Flexible Format - Attend in-person, or virtually and access materials on-demand for six months post-event.

Event Details

Standard registration

$ 1,600 (member)

$ 1,600 (new member*)

$ 1,900 (non-member)

  • When18-April-2024 - 19-April-2024
  • FormatIn person & Online
  • CPD Hours13

Technical program

Session 1: Trust Issues 
John Ioannou, CTA, Macpherson Kelley


Session 2: ESG and family farms – Lessons from international investment
Brian Wray, Boyce Chartered Accountants


Session 3: FBT issues
Judy White, CTA, BDO


Session 4: Putting Success into Succession Planning
Fran Becker, Hamilton Locke


Session 5: Who’s running the farm after you die?
David Hall, CTA, Findex


Session 6: Emerging trends market update for primary producers – ‘Where is carbon farming at?’
James Henderson, Isidore Agri + Eco Solutions, Melinee Leather, Barfield Station, Crawford Taylor, RaboBank


 

Session 7: Small Business CGT Concessions
Linda Tapiolas, CTA, Cooper Grace Ward Lawyers


Session 8: Foreign investment into the Australian agricultural sector
Duncan Bedford, ATI, McCullough Robertson, Gracie Roberts, McCullough Robertson


Session 9: Research and Development (R&D)
Ellen Lau, Australian Taxation Office, Brett Zimmermann, Australian Taxation Office


Session 10: Structuring and restructuring the family farm

Frederick Mahar, CTA, FM Mahar & Associates, Gary Thomas, CTA, Gary Thomas Proprietary Limited


Session 11: GST in farming enterprises

Ajay Ravi, CTA, McInnes Wilson Lawyers


Session 12: Agribusiness receipts - Are they assessable income and if so, when?

Tom Delany, CTA, Tax Partner Pty Ltd.


     

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