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Capital and debt management in a credit crisis current trends and tax implications presentation

Published on 04 Feb 09 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • current cross border trends
  • debt for equity swaps
  • scrip funded acquisitions
  • scrip dividends
  • debt repurchases.

Author profiles:

Craig Saunders ATI
Craig is a Tax Partner at Ashurst in Melbourne. Prior to joining Ashurst he was a tax partner at Ernst & Young and Deloitte before that. He has deep industry knowledge in relation to the income tax issues facing investors in domestic and foreign infrastructure and utility projects, having worked with government sponsors, investment banks and private industry participants. He has particular expertise in relation to M&A, restructuring and refinancing transactions in the industry. Current at 16 November 2012 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Craig SAUNDERS.
 
Joseph Niven
Joseph Niven, FTI, is an Executive Director in the Merger Leadership Group of Goldman Sachs. Joe has nearly 20 years experience advising on M&A in Australia and overseas. During the last six years at Goldman Sachs Joe has advised many of the S&P/ASX 200 companies on M&A. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs, Joe was an international tax and M&A partner in a big four firm and led that firm's Australian and Asia Pacific Energy & Resources practice. Current at 15 October 2012
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Capital and debt management in a credit crisis current trends and tax implications

Author(s):  Joe NIVEN,  Craig SAUNDERS

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