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Managing tax risk in an international tax group presentation


This presentation covers the following topics:

  • what are the key risks in a financial services group?
  • what's involved in managing tax risk?
  • briefing the board
  • managing the front office
  • dealing with overseas issues
  • corporate governance.

Author profile:

Stephen GREEN
Stephen Green FTIA is a Group Executive at ANZ. Having been with the company for 21 years, he heads the Group’s taxation function globally. Stephen commenced his accounting and auditing career with Price Waterhouse in 1970 and made the shift to tax in 1981. He joined the taxation function of ANZ in 1986, became head of the Australian tax unit in 1992, and ultimately moved into his current position as Group General Manager, Taxation. Under his current leadership, ANZ engaged with the ATO to develop and pilot Australia’s first Forward Compliance Arrangement and more recently the first Annual Compliance Arrangement. Stephen comes from a chartered background, and has been with the ANZ Group for 22 years.
Current at 11 February 2009 Current at 23 February 2009


This was presented at 2005 Financial Services Taxation Conference: Risky Business .

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