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The tax anti-hybrid rules paper

Published on 16 Mar 17 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • the tax anti-hybrid rules
  • are we alone?
  • how did we get here?
  • the Board's report
  • when will the rules apply?
  • do the rules apply to me? are there exceptions?

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Karen Payne CTA
Karen was appointed Inspector-General of Taxation & Taxation Ombudsman commencing on 6 May 2019. She leads the Taxation Ombudsman complaints management service for taxpayers and advisers and the Inspector-General of Taxation’s review and public reporting function, both of which are directed at improving the tax administration system for all taxpayers. Karen was previously a Member of the Board of Taxation as well as the inaugural Chief Executive Officer of the Board of Taxation. She was formerly a partner with MinterEllison, specialising in corporate and international tax for mergers and acquisitions, and capital raising for the financial services, mining, energy, and utilities sectors. She brings a wealth of experience and extensive networks to the role of Inspector-General having worked with a range of government and private stakeholders as well as the legal and tax profession, and many industry bodies. - Current at 23 February 2020
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