There is little doubt that our financial services industry has suffered considerably over recent times. While the surviving financial powerhouses of London, New York and Europe may take serveral years to recapitalise and flourish, the increased regulation and governance standards will change our working enviornments for many years to come.
Investors are increasingly reviewing the nature and extent of their investment into and out of Australia as regulators keep pace with the outcomes. Revenue authorities around the world are at the forefront to the reponse to cross-border debt and equity funding choices, as well as global financial management decisions.
Added to these global influences is a monumental reform of many elements of the Australian taxation framework. The traditional relationships between direct and indirect taxes and Federal and State taxes all hang in the balance.
This event covered some of the most important taxation issues of today's financial services environment. It also looked at the initiatives to position Australia as a leading financial services centre in the region.
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