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Corporate takeovers, demergers and restructures


This seminar paper discusses scrip for scrip roll-over provisions, the proposed demerger provisions contained in New Business Tax System (consolidation, value shifting, demergers) Bill 2002, the treatment of 'black hole' costs under the Uniform Capital Allowance provisions, as it relates to takeovers and demergers, stamp duty aspects relevant to takeovers and demergers.

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Basil Mistilis
Basil is a Partner with Ernst & Young and is the leader of Ernst & Young’s tax practice in Perth. A qualified chartered accountant with more than 20 years experience, Basil specialises in providing tax advice to companies in the resources industry. Basil has participated in government liaison on key tax policies affecting the resources industry (including resource rent taxes) and has worked on submissions for various industry bodies. - Current at 17 October 2102
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John Maher
John is a Senior Manager in the Perth stamp duty practice in EY. John has more than 29 years’ experience in Government and the private sector advising clients on stamp duty matters. Prior to joining EY, John spent 10 years in senior positions in the Stamp Duty area within the WA Office of State Revenue. John assists a wide range of clients with corporate and commercial transactions involving the acquisition of dutiable property/landholding entities, connected entity exemptions and trusts. He has presented on various stamp duty issues as part of the Master of Taxation Studies at UWA and to a range of other professional organisations. - Current at 26 June 2019
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