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Issues with the treatment of sovereign wealth funds and pension funds podcast

Published on 10 Nov 20 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This podcast covers:

  • history of SFFR
  • amendments
  • concepts and issues
  • compliance & rulings.

Author profiles

Luke Bugden
Luke is a Tax Partner at PwC with significant experience in providing Australian income tax consulting advice to a wide range of public and private companies in the infrastructure, utilities and energy industries, alternative assets and both Commonwealth and state government agencies on various projects. Luke brings significant commercial experience with respect to infrastructure projects, including M&A and the development of greenfield projects. Luke also co-leads at PwC the Sovereign Wealth Fund and Foreign Pension Fund practice and has been actively engaged in consultation with the ATO on law design and administration as it relates to the stapled structure changes as well as the foreign pension fund and sovereign wealth fund changes. - Current at 19 November 2020
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Christina Sahyoun
Christina is a Tax Director at PwC with significant experience in advising a number of domestic and international investors and Government entities in relation to transactions in the economic and social infrastructure, energy, utilities and transport sectors. - Current at 19 November 2020
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David Stevenson
David is a Senior Director in the Public Groups & Internationals business line. David commenced his career in a large Newcastle based accounting firm before joining the ATO in 2007. In recent years, he has specialised in providing complex tax advice to large clients, with a particular focus on international taxation. David has extensive experience in sovereign immunity and superannuation fund for foreign residents’ matters. David holds a Bachelor of Commerce, Master of Taxation and is a CPA. - Current at 19 November 2020

 

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