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Securitisations, income tax and GST


There are currently numerous 'live' issues associated with securitisations in the areas of income tax and goods and services tax. This paper looks at these issues in the context of a trust being used as the issuing vehicle in a securitisation.

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Murray is a Partner with Corrs Chambers Westgarth and has national responsibility for Corrs' Indirect Tax Practice. Murray has over 20 years experience in Australian and New Zealand tax and acts for clients in the banking, property and government sectors. He is a member of the Property Council of Australia.
Current at 19 August 2005
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Betsy-Ann Howe CTA
Betsy is a Taxation Partner in the Sydney office of Mallesons Stephen Jaques working primarily in corporate and international tax with a focus on structured finance transactions, mergers and acquisitions and tax litigation. Betsy has over 20 years of experience in the taxation area, both in Australia and in New Zealand. In this role, Betsy provided tax advice across a wide range of transactions, particularly in the cross border acquisition and funds management areas. - Current at 26 September 2007
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Benita Howell
Benita is Corporate Tax Counsel with Allco Finance Group. - Current at 13 October 2006
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Matthew Cridland CTA
Matthew is a Partner in the Tax Team at K&L Gates and based in Sydney. Matthew focuses on indirect taxes and advises on matters relating to GST and all State Taxes. Matthew has been in practice for more than 20 years and he advises clients across a broad range of industry sectors on a national basis. In addition to assisting clients with deals advice and revenue office reviews, he also has experience advising on litigation matters. Matthew is involved with the indirect tax committees of industry groups including the Property Council of Australia and the Financial Services Council. He is a Charted Tax Adviser. - Current at 11 August 2020
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