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Developments in Life Insurance seminar paper


This seminar paper covers the following topics:
- practical implications of the Division 320 technical amendments
- identifying and managing life insurance company issues under a consolidation regime
- implications of tax reform for product development and rationalisation
- unresolved issues for life insurance companies.

Author profiles

Shez is Head of Group Tax for ING Australia responsible for taxation advice, tax risk management and tax reporting for the Group. Prior to joining ING Shez was a Senior Manager with PricewaterhouseCoopers both in Sydney and London advising a number of major Life Insurance and Funds management clients. Shez is a member of the IFSA Tax Committee and has worked on a number of submissions affecting the Life and Funds Management Industry.
Current at 19 March 2004
Jeremy Hirschhorn CTA
Jeremy Hirschhorn, CTA, joined the ATO in August 2014, and since March 2015 has been the Deputy Commissioner for Public Groups in the Public Groups and International business line. In this role he is responsible for overseeing tax administration and compliance for all public entities. Before taking on this role, he was the ATO’s Chief Tax Counsel with responsibility for the Tax Counsel Network. Prior to joining the ATO, Jeremy was a senior partner in KPMG’s Tax practice. - Current at 01 November 2018
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This was presented at 2004 Financial Services Taxation Conference: A Brave New World .

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Individual sessions

Product Rationalisation

Author(s):  Michael BROWN

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ATO Approach to Compliance

Author(s):  Ashley KING

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Managing the Consolidations Process

Author(s):  Liz TROMANS,  Sonia MORRIS

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Superannuation Update

Author(s):  Stephen ROBERTS

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