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Financial Services Taxation Conference 2002

Published on 13 Feb 2002 | Took place at Hyatt Regency, Santuary Cove, Queensland, National

This year's Trans-Tasman Financial Services Taxation Conference focuses on the key taxation topics including: debt equity, consolidations, tax value method, indirect tax and GST, double tax agreements, international aspects of debt equity, recent developments in OECD, international issues in fund management and e-commerce.

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Individual sessions

Life and taxes

Author(s):  P KENNEDY,  Andrew MILLS This seminar paper discusses the taxation of life insurance policyholders.

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Whither funds management on a global scale?

Author(s):  Lynn RALPH Whither funds management on a global scale? What does it mean for Australia?

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Debt equity

Author(s):  Neil WARD This seminar paper reviews: the current state of play in debt equity, what issues of conflict and confusion still remain?, how have the capital markets in Australia adapted, can debt and equity interests now clearly be distinguished, what financial products are "in" and what are "out"?

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Author(s):  Jeremy HIRSCHHORN This powerpoint presentation discusses consolidations, in relation to the mechanisms for buying and selling existing companies and the outcomes, does the new regime simplify structures?, buying out joint venture partners or a company, CGT issues in acquisition and disposal of assets, due diligence, tax attributes to utilise when buying or selling company.

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Administration, access and aggression

Author(s):  Grant CATHRO This seminar paper discusses issues and emerging trends in the exercise of access powers, alternative methods of attacking assessments, aggressive tax planning, Part IVA.

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Tax value method

Author(s):  Michael BARBOUR This seminar paper looks at how TVM applies to financial transactions, what the role of TOFA in TVM, cost vs benefit of adopting TVM, where to from here?

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Indirect tax and GST

Author(s):  Michael B EVANS This seminar paper discusses: financial acquisitions threshold, sale and acquisitions of companies, reduced credit acquisitions (to bundle or not), cross border transactions, section 129 and 132 adjustments.

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Double tax agreements

Author(s):  Jim KILLALY This seminar provides a double taxation agreement update, current treaty negotiations, banking and funds management industry issues, the US DTA, the ATO model approach to DTAs.

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International aspects of debt equity

Author(s):  Alf CAPITO This seminar paper looks at whether there are inconsistencies between the debt equity rules and our international tax rules, what are the implications of cross-border hybrids, how do our rules mesh into other country regimes, what is the relvance of Part IVA to hybrids?

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Recent developments in OECD

Author(s):  Damien L LOCKIE This seminar paper provides an update on reports and draft reports of the OECD, attribution of profit to permanent establishments, model treaty developments.

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International issues in funds management

Author(s):  Michael BROWN This seminar paper discusses Australia as a global financial centre, Australians investing offshore, and offshore fund managers.

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Author(s):  David SCOTT This powerpoint presentation discusses some of the key tax issues arising in relatin to E-Commerce, including: tax residence, permanent establishments, location of electronic activity, intangible, and intellectual property, source and character of income, attribution of income to activities.

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Living with Division 320 and other life experiences

Author(s):  Andrew MILLS The purpose of this seminar paper is to raise and, where possible, address a number of issues and anomalies arising under the new regime including the inter-related imputation provisions.

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