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Good Governance and Tax Risk Management

Published on 13 Apr 2011 | Took place at RACV Club, Melbourne , VIC

For the past three years, tax governance has been gaining focus by corporate boards and the ATO. Corporate taxpayers' tax risk management and compliance now more than even impacts on their relationship with the ATO.

The ATO's risk differentiation framework (RDF) and its assessment of strategic and operational tax risk are having a direct impact on corporate taxpayers' behaviour.

The purpose of this event was for the presenters to discuss the current environment of tax governance and tax risk management from a corporate, ATO and adviser perspective.

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Good governance and tax risk management

Author(s):  Emanuel HIOU,  Paul McCartin

This presentation covers:

  • overview of the ATO's risk differentiation framework
  • increasing importance of corporate governance
  • insights into ATO expectations
  • board and key internal stakeholder expectations
  • practical insights
  • ATO differentiating its compliance strategies
  • international developments.
Materials from this session: