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Managing major transactions in a GST environment paper

Published on 13 Oct 05 by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA

This paper covers:

  • stakeholder expectations
  • risk management
  • due diligence
  • asset and share purchases
  • international and cross border issues
  • impacts on the ongoing business, including: apportionment; documentation requirements; and accounting systems
  • dealing with advisers from the commercial perspective - benefits and difficulties.

Author profile:

William BROWN
William is currently a member of the Group Tax Department of Westpac Banking Corporation with significant experience in corporate GST and VAT matters and is currently working on GST apportionment, the International Financial Reporting Standards and Transfer Pricing. In his previous role at Citigroup, as Regional GST/VAT Counsel, he successfully implemented and was solely responsible for all GST advice in Citigroup with regional VAT responsibilities for Asia Pacific. William has nine years of financial services experience primarily focusing on taxation and in particular GST/VAT. He is currently admitted as a legal practitioner in the NSW Supreme Court and holds undergraduate degrees in Arts, Law and Commerce, and a Masters in Taxation.
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This was presented at 2005 National GST Intensive .

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Individual sessions


Five years of GST

Author(s):  Richard F EDMONDS

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Issues associated with GST groups

Author(s):  Matthew CRIDLAND,  Murray JEWELL

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GST and property

Author(s):  Michael PATANE

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Developments in UK and European case law

Author(s):  Roderick CORDARA

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GST and adjustments

Author(s):  Andrew NUTMAN,  John OESTERHELD

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Transitional issues

Author(s):  Peter GREEN

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GST - five years on/five years out

Author(s):  Bruce QUIGLEY,  Michael B EVANS

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