Published on 03 Feb 03
by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA
This convention paper discusses tax sharing arrangements, including issues in drafting, practicalities in applying TSAs, director's duties, and whether a TSA actually stands up to the blow-torch of litigation in a corporate collapse?
An updated version of this paper was presented at the Tax Sharing Agreements - Tax & Legal Issues seminar on 30 July 2003. Click here to view that paper.
Murray Aldridge SC
Murray was admitted to the Bar in NSW in 1980 and was appointed Senior Counsel in 1999. During that time he has practised extensively in equity and commercial law with a strong emphasis on corporate insolvency and bankruptcy. He is also a co-author of Federal Civil Litigation Precedents and Butterworth's Bankruptcy law and Practice. Current at 25 November 2002
Matthew Hayes CTA
Matt has been a KPMG Tax Partner in the Australian firm for 23 years. Matt's current role in KPMG's Australian Taxation Centre includes consultation with Government, Treasury and Taxation Authorities on legislative and administrative matters. Matt has been the income tax partner on Australian and international corporate clients and was seconded to a major publicly listed company, acting as their in-house tax counsel for 2 years.
Current at 18 May 2010
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