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Mergers and acquisitions involving consolidated groups paper

Published on 16 Feb 07 by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA

This paper covers:

  • effect on and allocation of tax attributes
  • contractually managing the transition
  • tax legacies
  • is accessing the consolidation regime avoidance?

Author profile:

Author Photo - Grant Wardell-Johnson CTA
Grant Wardell-Johnson CTA
Grant, CTA, is the Head of the Australian Tax Centre at KPMG. Grant has a background in providing tax advice relating to international and domestic tax structuring, international cross-border acquisitions and initial public offerings. Grant has been the lead Tax Partner on many high-profile projects in the Australian and international markets, including the Wesfarmers acquisition of Coles Limited, Macquarie Group consortia acquisitions of Boart Longyear Limited and Dyno Nobel Limited and their subsequent listing on the Australian Securities Exchange. Grant now leads the consultation on new law and response to base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) and the OECD Action Plan. He is a member of the Treasury BEPS Advisory Group. Current at 17 March 2016 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Grant WARDELL-JOHNSON.
 

This was presented at 2007 Financial Services Taxation Conference: Financial Services Unleashed.

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