Published on 18 Mar 04
by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA
This seminar paper covers the following:
- update on progress of the international tax reform agenda
- impact of Bills tabled so far on CFCs, dividend repatriation strategies and capital gains
- impact on corporate behaviour of remaining changes, including corporate structure issues
- are the reforms enough to satisfy MNEs?
Alf is a Senior Tax Partner and head of Ernst & Young’s Tax Policy Group. He has more than 20 years’ experience, with a focus on international tax. Alf has been closely involved in the reform of Australia’s international tax regime and is a regular presenter and commentator on tax issues, including co-authoring the White Paper prepared by the Business Council of Australia, which was used as a basis for the Australian Government’s Review of International Tax Arrangements. Alf was also a member of the Australian Financial Centre Task Force and an adviser to the Business Tax Working Group and continues to be involved in tax policy and design reforms impacting corporate Australia.
- Current at
16 January 2017
Emanuel is a partner in Deloitte’s financial services industry
tax practice. Emanuel specialises in tax consulting for M&A
transactions, corporate restructures, capital raising transactions,
cross-border funding structures and tax risk management for the
banking industry. Prior to joining Deloitte in March 2010, Emanuel
had 14 years experience with National Australia Bank (NAB) in
various tax leadership and advisory roles, including Head of Group
Taxation for nine years. In those roles, Emanuel contributed to many
M&A deals, capital raising transactions and product development
initiatives in NAB’s banking and funds management businesses.
- Current at
15 November 2016