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Resetting tax values in 2009 presentation


This presentation covers:

  • practical issues in acquiring a subsidiary into an existing group
  • what happens if I form a group now? - traps for the unwary
  • focus on 2009 amendments.

Author profile:

Rohan Porter ATI
Rohan Porter is the Tax Manager at Virgin Australia. Since early 2011, Rohan has managed the tax risks associated with the airline's transformation from Virgin Blue to Virgin Australia, the major highlights being the rebranding, the restructure of the domestic and international airlines, and more recently the introduction of a new reservation platform. He is also currently engaged with the acquisition of Skywest Airlines and Tiger Australia. As Tax Manager of Virgin Australia, Rohan is responsible for managing all areas of taxation in Australia and throughout the world, including corporate taxes, GST/VAT, employment taxes, aircraft financing, a myriad of international taxation issues and transfer pricing. In addition, Rohan is responsible for engaging with both Australian and foreign tax authorities and Governments in relation to tax administration and policy. Prior to joining Virgin Australia, Rohan obtained over 12 years’ experience in the specialist tax teams of two professional firms, and is a member of the TIA National Corporate Tax sub-committee Current at 17 August 2019

This was presented at The Changing Face of Consolidations for SMEs.

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How difficult is it to recoup a loss in a consolidated group in 2009?

Author(s):  Stephen HOLMES

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