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Corporate Distributions Workshop

Published on 27 Oct 99 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Topics covered in this workshop include: full imputation; buy-backs; bonus shares; and liquidations.

Author profiles

Cameron Rider FTI
Photo of author, Cameron RIDER Cameron is a Partner at PwC, practising in tax controversy and corporate tax. He was a Professor of Taxation Law at the Melbourne University Law School, and still teaches a course on Mineral and Petroleum Tax. - Current at 23 May 2017
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Cameron Rider FTI
Cameron is a Partner at PwC, practising in tax controversy and corporate tax. He was a Professor of Taxation Law at the Melbourne University Law School, and still teaches a course on Mineral and Petroleum Tax. - Current at 23 May 2017
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Vikas Khanna CTA
Vik is a Partner in the International Tax Practice at Ernst & Young, Melbourne. He specialises in corporate and international tax issues with a particular emphasis on mergers and acquisitions. Vik has specific responsibility for providing international and corporate tax advice to a number of leading financial intermediaries, banks and securities traders, on cross border transactions and on funding issues. He has been closely involved in a number of public equity raising and hybrid instrument issues. - Current at 12 September 2012
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Paul Abbey
Photo of author, Paul ABBEY Paul is a Partner in the Corporate Tax group of PwC in Melbourne and has over 25 years experience advising local and international clients on income tax issues. Paul has significant experience in relation to tax due diligence, acquisition structuring, capital raisings and IPOs. The focus of his work is presently issues surrounding consolidation, imputation, capital returns, the taxation of trusts and international tax. More recently, Paul has been leading and driving PwC's Tax Reform project, aimed at building momentum within the community around the need for comprehensive tax reform in Australia. Most notably, through the development of two formal consultative groups of CEOs, CFOs, chairpersons, and union and charity representatives to help drive dialogue and debate on the issue, culminated in PwC's Protecting our Prosperity series of publications. Paul also drives momentum in the tax reform space through targeted events and engagements across Australia. - Current at 23 May 2017
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Adrian O'Shannessy FTI
Adrian is a Director of Greenwoods & Freehills Pty Limited and has long been involved with the taxation of managed funds. His practice involves advising multinational groups on domestic and international planning, with a focus on capital raisings, mergers & acquisitions. - Current at 22 May 2017
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Duncan Baxter
Duncan is a Partner at Blake Dawson. He was previously a Partner in the International Tax Group of a global accounting firm. Duncan served as one of the three private sector representatives on the Federal Government’s Tax Design Review Panel. - Current at 23 January 2017
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This was presented at Corporate Tax Intensive .

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