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A series of case studies–A company struggling on the brink presentation

Published on 06 Nov 08

Follow the trials and tribulations of the good company Titanic Co as it seeks to deal with the rough conditions caused by the changing financial markets. This presentation covers case studies illustrating issues including debt workouts, funding and capital issues and the impact of new and emerging law in this area.

Author profiles

Christopher Kinsella CTA
Chris is a tax partner with Minter Ellison with a focus on tax controversy matters. Chris has over 30 years experience advising in relation to tax matters. The Minter Ellison tax controversy team represents both taxpayers and the Commissioner in tax disputes in both the Federal Court and the AAT. Chris has extensive experience in advising taxpayers in relation to tax audits and reviews and their relationship with the Commissioner of Taxation. Recently Chris was heavily involved with the Chevron transfer pricing case having represented the Commissioner in that case. Chris is the co-chair of the Tax Institute’s Dispute Resolution Committee and the chair of the Number One Tax Discussion Group. Chris is accredited in dispute resolution with the NSW Law Society. - Current at 15 July 2020
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Gavin Marjoram CTA
Photo of author, Gavin MARJORAM Gavin is a Partner in the Financial Services tax practice at PwC. He specialises in the taxation of financial entities and transactions and brings a detailed understanding of the practical application and operation of tax law in this area. - Current at 18 October 2013
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This was presented at Tax in an Uncertain Economy .

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