Published on 24 Aug 17
by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper covers:
- Australian revenue concerns with taxation of multinational corporations
- significant global entities (SGEs)
- diverted profits
- multinational anti avoidance law
- case study - would the DPT have applied to Chevron facts if applicable at the time?
- anticipated ATO approaches to DPT reviews
- managing risk and preparation for DPT controversy.
Anthony is a Tax Partner at MinterEllison, and has more than 25 years experience in corporate and international tax, with a strong focus in the energy, resources and infrastructure sectors. He has deep knowledge and technical expertise in all aspects of corporate taxation, including international, M&A, transfer pricing and tax risk management. Anthony was previously the Head of Tax, Asia Pacific for the mining group Anglo American pIc. Prior to that, he was a senior tax manager at a Big Four accounting firm. Anthony has had extensive involvement in both federal and state tax matters, both at a technical and policy level. He was a previous Chairman of the Minerals Council of Australia Tax Committee and an Executive Committee member of the Corporate Tax Association.
- Current at
29 November 2017
Daniel is a Senior Associate in the Tax Controversy practice at Maddocks in Melbourne. Daniel advises SMEs, large corporates and multinational enterprises in respect of their tax risks, tax audits and disputes with a particular focus on alternative dispute resolution. Daniel has expertise in the conduct of tax controversy in respect of all aspects of income tax, GST, transfer pricing and cross-border matters. Daniel has also acted for the ATO in litigation in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, Federal Court and Full Federal Court.
- Current at
01 January 2015