Published on 29 Mar 07
by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
The recent reforms to the CGT recognition of disposals by non-Australian residents will have a significant impact on international businesses operating in Australia as well as their advisors. This paper puts the reforms into context and discusses in detail their operation and impact on businesses and their advisers. It concludes with an analysis of the tricks and traps contained in the rules.
Lydia is a manager with Ernst & Young. Current at 29 March 2007
Mathew Chamberlain CTA
Mathew is a Partner at Ernst and Young and leads the International Tax group for Perth. He is a legal practitioner with over 22 years' experience in international tax focusing on the large multinational and corporate environments across Australia, the US, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Africa. Mathew specialises in international tax reform and foreign investment inbound and outbound from Australia. He is a frequent presenter with The Tax Institute and has spoken at both the National and State Conventions on international tax. He is also the WA representative on the Institutes International Tax subcommittee. In addition, Mathew is a seasoned lecturer in tax law at the University of Western Australia and Curtin University, at both postgraduate and undergraduate level. Current at 08 October 2015
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