Published on 21 Aug 08
by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
provides an overview of the general principles relating to interest deductibility, including an analysis of key cases and practical examples
discusses interest deductibility in the context of the new debt/equity rules in Division 974
discusses interest deductibility in the context of the transfer pricing regime as set out in Division 13.
Neil Ward FTI
Neil is a Partner at Deloitte. Neil has more than 25 years experience advising on tax. During this period he has advised on most aspects of corporate taxation both from an Australian
and International perspective. Neil has had significant experience with tax consulting to the banking and finance sector. Neil is
recognised as one of the leading tax advisers on financial arrangements, foreign exchange, thin capitalisation and infrastructure
transactions and has been actively involved in the tax reform of financial arrangements. Current at 01 June 2009
Helen is a partner at Deloitte with over 14 years experience, specialising in providing tax consulting services to Financial Services Industry clients. She advises listed and multinational clients on various aspects of Australian taxation law, including structured finance transactions, hybrid instruments, foreign hybrids, TOFA, structuring of global investment funds, corporate restructures, and international tax matters.
Current at 04 November 2010
Michael has worked in the area of transfer pricing and international tax for around 15 years, both in the ATO and in a professional services environment. He is currently an Assistant Commissioner in the Public Groups & Internationals business line of the ATO. Michael is involved in a number of major transfer pricing cases, and leads a team involved in the development of the ATO’s guidance products related to the transfer pricing provisions enacted in 2013. He is currently the Australian delegate to the OECD’s Working Party No. 6 on transfer pricing matters, and was the Australian competent authority for transfer pricing matters from 2010 to 2012. Current at 02 June 2015
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