Published on 03 Sep 09
by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper covers:
- the treasury review
- the definition of a financial supply
- input tax credits and apportionment
- bad debts and cancelled debts
- guarantees and indemnities
- terminating and cancelling contracts.
Ross is a Lawyer and Accountant with over 10 years' GST experience in Australia and New Zealand. He joined Allens Arthur Robinson's tax practice in early 2000 and has advised clients on a wide range of GST issues. He is currently a Partner and specialises in the most complex aspects of the GST regime including the implications of cross-border transactions and issues in the financial services sector. Prior to joining Allens, Ross was the head of tax in the Auckland office of leading New Zealand law firm Chapman Tripp. Before that he was a tax partner with Arthur Andersen.
- Current at
15 September 2017
Andrew is the Indirect Tax Associate Director at Grant Thornton based in Melbourne. Andrew has 20 years indirect tax experience including 12 years as in-house corporate experience as Head of Indirect Tax at ANZ Bank. He leads the implementation of complex GST processes and systems across ANZ's Australian operations. Andrew has worked closely with Australian Taxation Office on integrated compliance approach for ANZ's complex GST profile. Andrew also leads Grant Thornton's tax technology and data analytics team working with clients to review GST processes and systems. Andrew has also valuable regional experience with Malaysian GST at Grant Thornton having been the lead Director on over 20 client engagements for GST Implementation.
- Current at
30 August 2017