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Thin capitalisation including the impact of falling asset values presentation


This presentation examines:

  • the impact of the changed financial environment on thin capitalisation
  • will the proposed new rules help?
  • are there viable alternatives (eg arm's length debt test)?
  • is the safe harbour really a safe harbour?

Author profiles:

Daryl CHOO
Daryl is a Partner in the Financial Services Group at Ernst & Young and specialises in the taxation of international and domestic real estate transactions. Daryl has extensive experience in advising on the structuring of international and domestic funds and advising due diligence committees on transactions including IPOs. Daryl has 14 years of experience as a tax professional. Daryl is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and holds a Bachelor of Commerce/Law from University of New South Wales. She also participates in the International and Capital Markets Group of the Property Council of Australia. Daryl is responsible for coordinating the tax and regulatory section of the annual Ernst & Young Global REIT Report.
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This was presented at Financial Services Taxation Conference 2009 .

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