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Interpreting and applying the tax regime in practice - an ATO perspective presentation

Published on 17 Feb 06 by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA

This presentation provides an overview of the ATO's approach to determining its view on technical issues that arise in the financial services industry.  Also included is a practical example illustrating the process involved in the resolution of industry technical issues.

Author profiles:

Ashley KING
Ashley is a Director at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Before joining PricewaterhouseCoopers he was Senior Assistant Commissioner in the Financial Services Industry Group in the ATO. He had 20 years experience in the ATO and was responsible for income tax issues in the financial services industry, including delivery of the compliance program, provision of advice, law reform and managing the ATO’s relationships with the banking industry.
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George HITTI
George is Assistant Commissioner, Large Business and International with the Australian Taxation Office. He is currently responsible for managing the income tax compliance of entities in the Financial Service Industry in the large market. He also has a specific role to ensure that the ATO has a coordinated and strategic approach to dealing with aggressive tax planning in the large market.
Current at 22 November 2005 Current at 22 November 2005

 

This was presented at 2006 Financial Services Taxation Conference: From every angle .

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Interpreting and applying the tax regime in practice - a legal perspective

Author(s):  Jennifer DAVIES

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Interpreting and applying the tax regime in practice - an ATO perspective

Author(s):  Ashley KING,  George HITTI

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