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Mergers and acquisitions in a post-consolidation world paper

Published on 16 Feb 06 by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA

This paper provides commentary on the following topical issues affecting M & A transactions involving tax consolidated groups:

  • the effect of an SBT ceiling on the ability of a bidder to acquire the carry-forward losses of a target entity
  • the effect of an SBT ceiling on the ability of a bidder to claim bad debt deductions for debts "inherited" from a target entity
  • the characterisation of the sale of membership interests in subsidiary members, particulary in having regard to the quantum of capital losses currently existing in the tax system
  • whether a consolidated group will be denied a loss on the sale of a loss-making subsidiary member , if the subsidiary member is sold to another consolidated group

 

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Martin Fry FTI
Martin Fry, FTI, is the Practice Leader of the Allens Tax Group. With over 20 years as a Partner of Allens, Martin advises corporations on a broad range of tax issues across a wide range of sectors, including resources, infrastructure, financial services and IP-intensive businesses. In recent years, Martin has focused on contentious transfer pricing matters, including audits, settlement negotiations, mutual agreement procedure and litigation. Martin has taught Corporate Tax at a postgraduate level at the University of Melbourne. - Current at 12 May 2021
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