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Current issues in the financial services space - Item 32 presentation


This presentation covers Item 32, GST grouping and the space in between.

Author profiles

Rodger Muir
Rodger is a Partner in the Deloitte Australia New South Wales indirect tax practice. He has over 28 years experience of working with GST in Australia and New Zealand, and has been a partner of international accounting firms since 1988. Rodger has provided a wide range of GST advisory services to both corporate and government clients, and has significant experience in the financial services and Government sectors. This experience includes system and process review, ATO interaction, apportionment methodology innovation and review, and complex transactions. Rodger has also presented at numerous conferences and public forums. - Current at 08 August 2014
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Martin Scott
Martin is Senior GST Manager at AMP covering indirect taxes in Australia, China and Singapore. Prior to joining AMP, he specialised in indirect taxes with HMRC in the UK, and at Big 4 firms in the UK and Australia. He has extensive experience on indirect tax issues impacting the financial services sector and on M&A activities. Martin has achieved successful outcomes on apportionment, grouping and RITC eligibility issues. He has also been working on the GST issues arising from the regulatory changes faced by the sector in the last few years. - Current at 08 August 2014


This was presented at 2014 National GST Intensive .

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