Published on 18 Sep 13
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
The GST obligations arising in respect of cross-border transactions can be complicated. In addition, there are customs duty implications that can arise in circumstances that may not be obvious. This paper explores the tricks and traps around these matters and will discuss market trends for the management of these issues, including:
- recent GST cases and developments in the cross-border transaction context
- why customs duty is important and when it can arise
- recent advancements in technology that groups can use to manage their obligations.
Andrew is an Executive Director in EY’s Indirect Tax practice. He is the leader of its GST Systems and Process group, focusing on the use of technology to improve management of GST risks. Andrew has had over 15 years experience in indirect taxes, and has provided advice on all aspects of the GST law to multinational corporates and the government sector.
- Current at
23 November 2016
Marc Bunch is an Indirect Tax Partner and the leader of EY's Oceania Customs and International Trade practice. Originally from the UK, Marc spent more than a decade based in Asia prior to moving to Australia. In recent years Marc's focus has been supporting clients on the indirect tax implications of supply chain reorganisations regionally and globally.
- Current at
04 February 2015