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M&A transactions presentation

Published on 14 Oct 10 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • demergers - cost setting issues
  • straddle contracts - intra-group dealings.

Author profiles

Kris PEACH
Kris is a partner in KPMG's Department of Professional Practice. She is KPMG's alternate member of the Urgent Issues Group and specialises in the interpretation and analysis of Australian and International Accounting Standards and UIG Abstracts. She has been involved in the UIG's sub-committee on tax consolidation.

Current at 18 June 2003 - Current at 19 November 2004

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Richard Hendriks CTA
Richard has been a Director of Greenwoods & Freehills since 1998. Richard advises on a wide range of corporate tax matters. He has extensive experience in advising listed companies and stapled groups on mergers and acquisitions, demergers, company restructures and capital management transactions. Richard also advises listed groups on employee share and rights plans. - Current at 13 November 2014
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This was presented at 5th Consolidation Symposium .

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Individual sessions

Tax consolidation law changes - Counsel and practitioner perspectives

Author(s):  Colin Jones

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Tax consolidation law changes - Counsel and practitioner perspectives

Author(s):  Michael FLYNN

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Merger & acquisitions transactions

Author(s):  Richard HENDRIKS

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SMEs and tax consolidation

Author(s):  Alexis KOKKINOS

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Compliance - ATO perspective

Author(s):  Scott Burrows

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Post implementation review of certain aspects of the consolidation regime

Author(s):  Keith JAMES

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