Your shopping cart is empty

Stamp Duty/Insurance Protection Tax seminar paper


This seminar paper covers issues such as:
- General Financial Services industry issues
-- Share transfer duty developments
-- Infrastructure financing/investments and land-rich duty
-- Corporate restructure developments
- Banking
-- Mortgage duty developments
- Life/general insurance
-- Characterisation of riders to life insurance policies as general insurance or life insurance
-- Stamp duty on general insurance businesses, focussing on regional differences (eg. SA)
-- Insurance Protection Tax

Author profile

Adrian Chek CTA
Adrian Chek, CTA,is one of Australia's leading stamp duty advisers. He is also an expert in GST and income tax. Adrian has advised on stamp duty, GST and tax issues on a variety of issues and matters for corporates, property trusts and financial institutions including issues relating to mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructures, property trust floats, the establishment of wholesale property trusts, infrastructure acquisitions, landholder stamp duty, finance transactions, resettlement, employee remuneration, and various state taxes including land tax. - Current at 09 June 2020
Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Adrian CHEK.


This was presented at Beyond Tax Reform - Financial Services Taxation Conference .

Get a 20% discount when you buy all the items from this event.

Individual sessions

Panel Discussion: Future of Financial Services in Australia

Author(s):  Tony BURKE,  Richard GILBERT,  David LYNCH

Materials from this session:

Foreign Currency Gains & Losses - the next instalment

Author(s):  Tony FROST

Materials from this session:

GST - Give credit where credit is due

Author(s):  Michael B EVANS

Materials from this session:

Superannuation Hot Topics

Author(s):  Peter HOGAN

Materials from this session:

Infrastructure Financing - A Structured Perspective

Author(s):  Steve FORD

Materials from this session:

Further details about this event:


Copyright Statement
click to expand/collapse