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Extracting value from companies presentation

Published on 17 Oct 08

Releasing value from private or public corporate groups in a tax effective way poses very considerable difficulties not the least of which is the operation of the anti-avoidance provision section 45B. This presentation considers:

  • capital reductions
  • share dividends (Condells case)
  • share buybacks
  • forward purchases (Lend Lease)
  • dividend access shares.

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Craig Cooper CTA
Photo of author, Craig COOPER Craig Cooper is currently a consultant with the Melbourne office of RSM Australia, following his retirement from the partnership during 2017. His experience has been focused on cross-border taxation, in particular inbound structuring and acquisition due diligence and planning for foreign investors; compliance assessment and tax efficiency reviews and restructuring; and outbound tax work for Australian groups. This practice space resulted in an early interest in the BEPS Project, which Craig has followed closely throughout its journey. He has written and spoken often on BEPS related developments. He is a member of RSM International’s BEPS Practice Group, and delivered the RSM paper to one of the OECD Public Consultations on Country by Country Reporting. The Multilateral Convention is an innovative measure in its own right, but more importantly it is the treaty that controls the others, as it gives effect to the BEPS treaty changes. - Current at 16 February 2018

 

This was presented at South Australian Tax Intensive .

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