Published on 29 Aug 02
by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA
This seminar paper presents a workshop on what is an acceptable demerger in terms of the tests laid out in the proposed legislation. In particular, they will consider issues around proportionality, the ownership/active business requirements, the likely position of non-resident shareholders, and relief from CGT 'J' events.
Peter Murray CTA-Life
Peter Murray is a Senior Tax Partner at KPMG and KPMG
Tax Law and past President of The Tax Institute. Peter specialises
in advising clients on a broad range of corporate tax issues
and has experience in domestic and international tax matters
including advising on mergers and acquisitions, business tax
reform, capital structures and restructuring international corporate
groups. Peter also focuses on managing tax disputes and
providing legal tax advice. Current at 09 November 2012
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Tony is a Partner in the Australian Research & Development Tax Concession practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers based in Melbourne. He is a chartered accountant with over 35 years experience in income tax. Current at 08 July 2007
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Dr Damien Lockie CTA-Life
Dr Damien Lockie, FTIA (Life), is a Barrister-at-Law at the
Victorian Bar and an Adjunct Professor of Law at Bond University.
Dual qualified in law and accounting, Damien has over 30 years
experience as a Solicitor, Accountant and advocate specialising in
property and environmental laws and federal and state revenue laws. Current at 01 March 2012
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Mark Friezer CTA
Mark Friezer is a taxation partner at Clayton Utz. He advises on income tax law, focusing on finance, corporate tax and international tax. He has an extensive understanding of business tax reform from his participation in various government consolidation committees. Mark is the 2013 National Chairman of the Law Council of Australia Tax Committee and also a member of the National Tax Liaison Group (NTLG), and is on the Advisory Panel for the Board of Taxation. Current at 16 July 2013
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