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CGT rollovers: restructuring for the top end presentation


This presentation examines key income tax issues associated with restructuring by large corporate groups by covering:

  • scrip for scrip rollovers, other relief for wholly owned groups and demergers
  • entry and exit issues for tax consolidated groups
  • restructuring MEC groups.

Author profiles:

Richard Czerwik FTI
Richard is an Executive Director with the EY Tax Centre for Excellence. Richard focuses on the identification and analysis of new developments and new issues for the EY tax practice and its clients. He has been heavily involved in business tax reform developments and has participated in various consultation forums with the Treasury, the ATO and professional bodies. He is currently a member of The Tax Institute’s Victorian Education Committee and its National Education Committee. Current at 03 July 2014 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Richard CZERWIK.
Stephen Carpenter CTA
Stephen, a tax partner with KPMG, has extensive experience advising Australian and foreign corporate groups on the Australian income tax issues associated with mergers, acquisitions, divestments, restructures and capital management strategies. Stephen is the leader of KPMG's tax practice in Melbourne. Current at 15 August 2013 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Stephen CARPENTER.

This was presented at 45th Victorian State Convention: Finding buried treasure.

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CGT Rollovers: restructuring for the top end

Author(s):  Richard CZERWIK,  Stephen CARPENTER

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International tax - there's treasure buried all over the world

Author(s):  Liam COLLINS

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Consolidation...unfinished business

Author(s):  Michelle DE NIESE

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The 'ins' and 'outs' of testamentary trusts

Author(s):  Bruce COOK

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Exploring new waters - emerging trust issues

Author(s):  Graeme HALPERIN

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