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The consequences for internal and external advisors of becoming 'shadow directors' seminar paper

Published on 06 Nov 04 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

As an internal or external advisor, what personal risks are you exposing yourself to? This seminar paper covers the following topics:

  • personal liability for directors
  • what is a 'shadow director'?
  • what is a real director?
  • nominee directors
  • alternate directors
  • impact of the Sarbanes Oxley Act and CLERP 9 changes
  • what is a director for the purposes of tax and other revenue legislation?

Author profile:

John Currie CTA
John is a Specialist Tax Consultant to Horwath North Queensland and has previously held positions as Chairman of the Horwath Australia Tax Practice, Senior Tax Partner of Horwath Melbourne, and a Tax Partner with a Big 4 practice in Melbourne. John has practised extensively in Asia, living and working in each of Jakarta, Hong Kong and Singapore. He currently practises principally with high net worth individuals and the SME market with Horwath North Queensland. Current at 27 February 2007 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by John CURRIE.
 

This was presented at NSW Annual Intensive Retreat: Managing tax risk for corporate taxpayers.

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