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Managing tax risks in multiple jurisdictions presentation


This presentation highlights perspectives on managing tax risks in other jurisdictions.  It identifies and asses risk on acquisitions and operations.

Author profiles:

Neil Billyard CTA
Neil is a Partner in International Corporate Tax at KPMG. Neil has over 22 years corporate tax experience and specialises in foreign merger and acquisition activities of Australian multi-nationals, cross-border funding, the repatriation of profits and other related structuring. He is actively involved in working with Treasury and government on a variety of international tax reform issues, including assisting with policy development and drafting of legislation. He has lectured the Master of Laws/Tax course at the University of Sydney and is a regular presenter for The Tax Institute. Current at 01 February 2011 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Neil BILLYARD.
David GLEN
David is Tax Counsel for TOWER Australia, and is responsible for managing the tax affairs of the TOWER Group in Australia. He is also a member of the Tax Working Group of the Investment and Financial Services Association. David has over 20 years experience in the provision of taxation, accounting and strategic advice to the financial services industry in Australasia and Asia. David is a qualified solicitor, chartered accountant, and holds a post graduate diploma in taxation law.
Current at 12 December 2006
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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

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