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The New Venture Capital Provisions - Structuring for the Future

Published on 18 Mar 2003 | Took place at The Rydges Hotel, Sydney, NSW

The Federal Government's legislation for private equity/venture capital tax changes introduced late last year provided an important boost to Australia's attractiveness to venture capital investment.

In particular, the new Venture Capital Limited Partnerships arrangements are likely to become the standard structure for funds involved in management buyouts, expansion capital and venture capital.

This seminar provided a comprehensive overview of the new initiatives from tax and legal perspectives for all advisors and participants in the Venture Capital industry.

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Individual sessions

The Tax Perspective

Author(s):  Rick TAYLOR This presentation covers the following issues:
- how broad the tax incentives of VCLPs are
- whether the Australian Institutions will support the VCLPs
- what VC Management Partnerships are
- what Australian Venture Capital Funds of Funds are
- what Foreign Venture Capital Funds of Funds are
- how our VC initiatives measure up to the US and UK
- strategies for getting through the registration process.

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The Legal Perspective

Author(s):  Al DONALD This presentation covers the following issues:
- legal issues in relation to establishing VCLPs
- the eligible investment rules
- limited liability issues for limited partners
- fund structuring issues
- multiple entity fund structures
- limited partnership deeds.

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