Published on 01 Sep 01
by "TAXATION IN AUSTRALIA" JOURNAL ARTICLE
Australian organisations state their views on the future for our tax system.
Dr Alice McCleary CTA-Life
Alice McCleary, FTIA (Life), is a Director of several listed and
unlisted companies, Ms McCleary is a chartered accountant with
wide experience in leadership, corporate governance, professional
practice, and policy development. Ms McCleary has been a
corporate tax partner in Coopers & Lybrand, was intimately
involved with the Ralph Review of Business Taxation in the late
1990s, and in 2001 was President of The Tax Institute - the first
woman to hold that position in the Institute’s history. In recent years,
Ms McCleary has played a pivotal role in floating four companies
on the Australian Stock Exchange • three successful minerals
exploration companies, as well as the first Chinese manufacturer
to list in Australia. She also represents Australia on the International
Ethics Standards Board for Accountants, which sets the ethical
standards for the world’s two and a half million accountants. In
2003 she was awarded a Centenary Medal for services to higher
education and the community. Current at 01 March 2012
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Michael Hine CTA
Michael was admitted to the partnership of KPMG in July 1999 after 11 years in chartered accountancy. He has extensive knowledge of most major taxes including payroll tax, income tax and fringe benefits tax and consults regularly on the practical implications of the GST. Michael was the adviser to the Tasmanian Government’s GST Implementation Program. He was the State Chairman of The Tax Institute in 2001, was a member of the National Executive of the Institute and the Chairman of the Institute’s National Technical Committee. Michael has been a member of the Commissioner’s Division 7A reference group since its inception and was instrumental in lobbying for the changes that saw the introduction of s 109RB discretions. Current at 18 September 2013
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