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Application of trust loss rules to common private trust structures

Published on 05 Aug 98 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This seminar paper will look at the requirements of effect family trust and interposed entity elections, including the qualifications to be satisfied to make elections, the form of the elections and the selection of the test individual.

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Andrew Clements FTI
Andrew Clements is a partner in the tax group in the Melbourne office of King & Wood Mallesons. He is a specialist in the area of employee and executive remuneration, with over 30 years' experience. He has extensive experience in both the listed and unlisted environment, having acted for many of Australia's leading public companies in establishing and advising in relation to the tax and corporate issues associated with employee and executive remuneration. That experience also extends to dealing with the complex corporate tax issues associated with providing employee equity in the unlisted environment in Australia. He has worked with many leading Australian and foreign corporations in relation to offering employee benefits throughout Asia. Andrew has particular experience in dealing with the tax and corporate aspects associated with the restructuring of global equity compensation plans resulting from major corporate transactions. Current at 04 November 2016 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Andrew CLEMENTS.
 

This was presented at Blue Series: Trust Loss Provisions & Family Trust Elections.

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Trust loss provisions and family trust elections

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Application of trust loss rules to common trust structures

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