Published on 20 Sep 11
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper covers:
- the tax law design process
- attribution method of taxation
- when will a MIT have clearly defined rights?
- dealing with unders & overs
- cost base adjustments
- arm's length dealing rule
- character retention.
George Stamoulos CTA
George is a Partner in Ernst & Young's FSO practice with over 15 years of
experience specialising in the taxation of real estate and asset management.
George has extensive experience in advising on a broad range of income tax
matters for the real estate and asset management industry including IPO’s for a
number of listed and unlisted property trusts, property syndicates and
development funds. Current at 25 August 2011
Matthew Weerden CTA
Matt is a Partner in the Transaction Tax practice of EY and has over 12 years of tax experience, specialising in domestic and cross border merger and acquisitions, fund structuring and capital markets transactions. Matt has previously worked in the London Office of EY where he was advising on international cross border transactions in relation to investments both into and out of the UK and Europe with a focus on private equity, infrastructure and real estate fund clients.
In his role at EY, Matt specialises in providing taxation advice and transaction support to a broad range of investors including private equity clients and financial services clients. Matt is a Chartered Tax Adviser and is also a member of both the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and the Law Society of New South Wales. Current at 24 June 2014
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