Published on 27 May 21
by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This podcast covers practical insights into the requirements of Chapter VI of the OECD TP Guidelines when dealing with Intangibles and the Australian Taxation Office’s guidance when transacting on a cross-border basis with related parties.
Tim Heberden is a Partner at Deloitte where he leads the IP Advisory team that specialises in quantifying and optimising the value of intangible assets. He has valued IP assets for purposes as diverse as transfer pricing, litigation, M&A and strategy determination.
Tim is listed in the IAM Strategy 300 – the World’s Leading IP Strategists. He is the technical author of the Guidance Note on the Valuation of Intellectual Property Rights, and is author of a chapter on royalty determination for ‘International Licensing and Technology Transfer: Practice and the Law’. He is a CA ANZ; MBA; Registered Business Valuer; Fellow of the Australian Marketing Institute, and Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
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08 July 2020
Jacques is an international tax and transfer pricing partner focused on the oil and gas sector and is the leader of the Brisbane Tax practice for Deloitte. He has been in professional practice for 27 years, including 17 years in international tax and transfer pricing practices within Big Four firms, and 10 years practising as a commercial attorney in an in-house capacity and for his own account. Jacques has extensive experience advising multinational companies on various cross-border tax and transfer pricing issues, especially in the energy and resources sector, with a specific focus on mining, oil and gas and related services companies. He has also been listed in Euromoney’s Expert Guide to the World’s Leading Transfer Pricing Advisers in South Africa and Australia as well as the World’s Leading Controversy Lawyers. In addition, he has published articles on international tax and transfer pricing, mining and oil and gas, and contributed to several intellectual property publications.
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13 August 2018
Chris Ferguson is an Assistant Commissioner in the Public Groups & International business line with responsibility for strategic case leadership. Chris has responsibility for risks related to arrangements involving the migration of intangible assets and arrangements involving cross-border leasing arrangements into Australia. Chris also has responsibility for the New Investment Engagement Service which offers investors an opportunity to engage with specialists prior to the execution of significant commercial transactions.
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10 August 2021