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Base erosion and profit shifting for large superfunds paper

Published on 21 Aug 15 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • the superannuation fund perspective
  • international background to BEPS
  • domestic background to BEPS
  • the future of the BEPS action plan
  • specific action items impacting superfund
  • shifts in tax culture & tax management.

Author profile

Grant Wardell-Johnson CTA
Photo of author, Grant WARDELL-JOHNSON Grant is the Lead Tax Partner of the Economics and Tax Centre at KPMG. Grant has a background in providing tax advice relating to international and domestic tax structuring, international cross-border acquisitions and initial public offerings. Grant has been the lead Tax Partner on many high-profile projects in the Australian and international markets, including the Wesfarmers acquisition of Coles Limited, Macquarie Group consortia acquisitions of Boart Longyear Limited and Dyno Nobel Limited and their subsequent listing on the Australian Securities Exchange. Grant now leads the thought leadership on tax policy and consultation on new law, including KPMG’s response to base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) and the OECD Action Plan. He is Co-Chair of the National Tax Liaison Group, an Adviser to the Board of Taxation, a member of the KPMG Global BEPS Steering Group and the KPMG Responsible Tax Group. - Current at 13 August 2018
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