Published on 01 Jun 97
by "THE TAX SPECIALIST" JOURNAL ARTICLE
Concluding a series of articles on OECD and its influence on Australia's tax system and international business relationships. This article looks at taxing derivatives.
Tony Frost FTIA has been a Director with the Sydney office of Greenwoods & Freehills since 2003. Tony has more than 20 years
experience in tax, with a focus on financial services and financial transactions. Tony has advised clients on a wide range of tax matters,
including innovative financial products, structured finance, mergers and acquisitions, cross-border dealings, transfer pricing, tax audits
and negotiations with the Australian Taxation Office.
Prior to joining the firm in 2003, Tony had been a Tax Partner for seven years with one of the major international accounting firms. Earlier in his career, Tony spent five years with Westpac Banking Corporation. He has over 20 years experience in tax and has advised clients on a wide range of issues, but with an emphasis on financial products and financial institutions. Tony has had significant involvement in the tax reform process via industry and professional bodies. In particular, Tony has written or coordinated many submissions over the last 18 years for the banking industry, including on the TOFA reforms. Tony lectures on the taxation of financial transactions in the Masters of Law course at the University of Sydney and is a regular speaker and writer on this subject for the Taxation Institute and other organisations.
Current at 11 February 2009 Current at 23 February 2009
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Christopher is a barrister, at Selborne Chambers, specialising in all aspects of taxation law. Prior to going to the bar in 2003, Chris had 16 years experience in advising financial institutions and large Australian and international corporations on income and capital gains tax issues, including taxation obligations arising from cross-border transactions and agreements.
Current at 9 November 2007 Current at 21 November 2007
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Current at 19 November 2004