Published on 22 Nov 02
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper discusses some interesting points that have resulted from the introduction of the debt/equity rules, plus a brief overview.
Andrew is a Partner at Clayton Utz. He has extensive experience in advising clients on the tax implications of retail financial products, equity derivatives, listed and unlisted credit derivatives (including listed CDOs), managed investment schemes and employee share plans. A significant element of Andrew’s practice involves dealing with the ATO in relation to retail financial products, including obtaining numerous product rulings on instalment warrants, protected lending arrangements and managed investment schemes and obtaining private binding rulings on the FBT implications of salary packaging arrangements involving financial products.
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26 July 2017
Richard is a Partner of Atanaskovic Hartnell and heads up their tax practice. Richard specialises in corporate
tax including structuring into and out of Australia, transfer pricing, tax disputes and corporate reorganisations. He has previously lectured and
written papers for the Taxation Institute of Australia on the foreign source income rules since their introduction in 1990.
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12 January 2017