Published on 12 Feb 09
by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper covers de-leverage, the new mantra, issues with raising funds and capital, including:
rights issues and the use of scrip and other equity
by George: Debt and debt like funding
hybrids and debt/equity characterisation - with streaming never too far away
capital protection - don't be too thin.
Patrick Broughan FTIA is a Partner in Deloitte’s Melbourne based Financial Services Tax Group. Patrick has 27 years experience in
tax, both within the Big Four and within a financial services group. Patrick is known for the articles he has written for the Australian
Securities Exchange for general investor education, and is a lecturer at the University of Melbourne. Patrick has substantial expertise in the taxation of financing transactions, including funds management, restructuring, de-mergers, acquisitions, divestments and complex capital raisings and reductions. Current at 11 February 2009Current at 20 February 2009
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