Published on 07 Oct 05
by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
Since the Ralph Report of the late 1990s, the Australian international tax rules have been subject to ongoing reforms. This paper aims to analyse the practical implications for both inbound outbound investors of some recent legislative reforms, court cases, overseas developments and announced future reforms, including:
- tax planning since NITA
- international tax implications of the 2005/06 Federal Budget
- cross border royalty arrangements post McDermott Industries - withholding tax or business profit?
- UK treatment of hybrids - what is the impact for us?
Anthony Klein, CTA, is a Partner of PwC and has over 24 years’ professional experience as a corporate, international tax and M&A tax specialist. Anthony has held a number of senior leadership roles within PwC, including as leader of PwC’s international tax practice across the Asia Pacific region, leader of the Melbourne Corporate Tax practice and leader of the firm’s Private Client’s tax practice in Melbourne. Anthony is also the principal tax adviser to a large number of companies and he has a particular focus on the technology sector. His clients range from some of Australia’s largest multinational and publicly listed tech
companies, to high growth businesses and earlier stage tech start-ups. He has assisted a number of corporate groups in the technology sector to structure their international investments, including through leading and advising upon cross-border acquisitions, international ownership and financing structures.
- Updated in March 2018 by Kathy Xu for Young Tax Professionals March session
- Current at
04 July 2018
Liam is a Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers. He has over eight years experience in advising clients on Australian and international taxation matters. Liam has considerable experience in advising on cross border transactions and major financing transactions.
- Current at
09 September 2008