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Investing in Infrastructure: Tax Issues in Context

Published on 07 Aug 2014 | Took place at RACV Club, Melbourne, VIC

“And we’ll build the roads of the 21st century because I hope to be an infrastructure Prime Minister who puts bulldozers on the ground and cranes into our skies” (Tony Abbott, 2013).

With so much riding on privatisation, the tax issues it generates have never been more topical. At this event leading experts from the areas of tax, government and investment covered:

  • financing and tax incentives available for infrastructure investment
  • the key tax issues in privatisation and infrastructure
  • the privatisation/infrastructure cases in review
  • what investors such as super funds are looking for.

Get a 20% discount when you buy all the items from this event.

Individual sessions

Infrastructure financing and tax incentives

Author(s):  Paul Roe

This presentation covers:

  • infrastructure Australia overview
  • infrastructure funding and financing challenges
  • asset recycling initiative
  • infrastructure tax incentive.
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Privatisation and infrastructure: A practical perspective

Author(s):  Matt BIRRELL,  Matt Ervin

This presentation covers:

  • privatisations in Australia – an introduction
  • key tax issues:
    • privatisation
    • infrastructure investment structures.
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The courts and privatisation and infrastructure

Author(s):  Julianne JAQUES

This paper covers:

  • deductibility of payments to the state
  • some other infrastructure cases.
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AustralianSuper in infrastructure

Author(s):  Nik Kemp

This presentation covers:

  • introduction to AustralianSuper
  • role infrastructure plays in a superannuation portfolio
  • government “privatisations”
  • what is driving valuations.
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