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Published on 16 Feb 06
by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA
This paper covers an historical perspective of the law; excess capital for Financial Services Groups; measures to return excess capital; taxation rules; the ATO's influence - anti-avoidance provisions.
Geoff has been a Tax Partner with KPMG for over 20 years, specialising in financial services. Geoff's extensive experience has been developed from advising on many major transactions within the Australian marketplace, from managing longrunning tax projects, and from advising on ongoing issues for significant financial services groups. Geoff has been active in working with Government concerning several tax law changes relevant to the industry and actively assists with the ATO relationship for several large clients. Current at 22 November 2005Current at 22 November 2005
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