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Recent international developments presentation


Australia’s major property companies have become increasingly global in recent years. This presentation focusses on the many recent developments in Australian tax law that are relevant both to inbound and outbound investors, including:

  • TARP amendments
  • the simplified foreign income tax offset rules
  • 128F amendments
  • review of Australia’s foreign source income anti tax-deferral regimes
  • trustee withholding taxes
  • extension of hybrid rules to LLPs.

Author profiles:

Michael COX
Michael is a Director with PricewaterhouseCoopers specialising in the taxation of real estate, with a particular focus on cross-border real estate transactions. Recently, Michael has advised on a number of IPOs for Australian listed property trusts and the acquisition of assets in various jurisdictions including the USA, Japan, Singapore and Germany. Michael previously worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers in South Africa where he advised on a number of inbound and outbound transactions and operating structures.
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Christian HOLLE
Christian is a partner in the International Tax Services group of PwC in Sydney and part of PricewaterhouseCoopers' Global Real Estate group. He specialises in cross-border acquisition and funding structuring and advises a number of Australian funds and corporates with regard to real estate investments in Europe, the US and Asia. He also advises overseas clients, in particular from Europe and Asia, on investments in Australian real estate.
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This was presented at 5th Annual Property Intensive - An update of local and global property issues .

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Individual sessions

Real property investment in Japan

Author(s):  Max SEVERENS,  Andrew WHITE

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Taxation of financial arrangements: the impact upon property entities

Author(s):  Scott FARRELL

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