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The new Part IVA paper


Based on the first exposure draft, the new Part IVA will apply from 15 November 2012.

This paper examines:

  • why the changes are necessary
  • what the changes are
  • how the courts are likely to apply the changes
  • what it means for taxpayers trying to implementa transaction
  • what evidence you need to keep to support a case which may arise many years later.

Author profiles

Cory Hillier
Photo of author, Cory HILLIER Cory is a Senior Associate in the Taxation Group at King & Wood Mallesons. He specialises in tax with a focus on corporate tax. His practice concentrates on providing tax advice to a variety of financial institutions, as well as to large domestic and multinational corporations. He has extensive experience in funds management, structured and financial products, banking and finance, and mergers and acquisitions transactions. Cory was recently named as an associate to watch in the 2012 Chambers: Asia Pacific client guide. - Current at 18 February 2013
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Justin Cherrington
Justin is a partner at Malleson Stephen Jaques’ Melbourne Office where he specialises in income tax issues. He has been closely involved in all manner of tax work including corporate restructures, major acquisitions and international tax issues. Justin specialises in all aspects of corporate taxation, including dividend imputation, capital gains tax, capital distributions and employment related tax issues. - Current at 23 July 2007
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