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Thin capitalisation and foreign resident CGT changes presentation

Published on 26 Nov 14 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • overview & context
  • thin capitalisation reforms
  • non resident CGT integrity measures.

Author profile:

Peter Janetzki
Peter is the leader of Ernst & Young’s international tax practice in its Melbourne office. Peter is a tax partner with over 18 years experience in advising multinational public and private entities on their Australian and cross border taxation affairs, with a particular focus on US multinationals with investments in Australia. Peter’s experience includes spending two years as the leader of Ernst & Young’s Australian Tax Desk in New York. Peter is a Senior Fellow of the Melbourne Law School and is a co-lecturer of the Advanced International Tax subject in the Melbourne Law Masters program. Current at 03 December 2014
 

This was presented at Thin Capitalisation and Cross Border Financing - Changes Enacted.

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