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Consolidations and accounting – Traps and opportunities presentation

Published on 01 May 09 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • surprising outcomes in a volatile market
  • significance of accounting decisions
  • accounting issues flowing from consolidations
  • managing accounting outcomes
  • deferred tax - things to know now and IAS 12 changes.

Author profiles

Ronen Vexler
Photo of author, Ronen VEXLER Ronen is a Partner in PwC’s Tax Reporting & Strategy practice. He has significant experience advising clients on all aspects of tax management, from developing and embedding Tax Strategies, Policies and Technology through to reviews of specific tax processes and controls. He has a deep knowledge of the Australian Taxation Office’s (ATO’s) compliance strategies, and in particular, the ATO’s expectations for tax risk management and governance. He has worked extensively with a broad range of clients to develop and document the systems and processes necessary to meet these expectations. - Current at 04 March 2021
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Kristin Stubbins
Kristin is an Assurance Partner in the PricewaterhouseCoopers Sydney practice. She is the signing audit partner and client lead partner on a number of PricewaterhouseCoopers’ clients. Kristin has advised a significant number of Australian corporates on their implementation and application of International Financial Reporting Standards, including accounting for tax. Kristin specialises in accounting for M&A transactions and has advised on the accounting consequences, including tax effect accounting and tax consolidation accounting consequences, of M&A structuring for a range of clients in the corporate and private equity sectors. - Current at 09 February 2009

 

This was presented at 4th National Consolidation Symposium .

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Individual sessions

ATO perspective on consolidation - Unravelling the mysteries of the single entity rule

Author(s):  Des MALONEY,  Peter WALMSLEY

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Consolidation: Legislative changes (Part B)

Author(s):  Peter MURRAY

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Consolidation and mining assets – Some selected acquisition issues checklist

Author(s):  Cameron RIDER

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Tax consolidation – Financial services

Author(s):  Tony STOLAREK

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