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Emerging issues in superannuation paper

Published on 25 Aug 16 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • attribution managed investment trust regime
  • base erosion and profit shifting
  • tax governance
  • ISAT protocol.

Author profile

Brad Ivens ATI
Brad is an Executive Director in EY’s Financial Services tax practice, who works with Melbourne and Sydney-based clients across the financial services industry. In particular, Brad has over 19 years’ experience in providing tax compliance and advisory services for the superannuation industry, covering matters such as investment due diligence, capital gains tax planning, unit pricing/crediting rate reviews, custodian tax reporting, fund administration, tax effect accounting and ATO reviews/audits. His clients have ranged from some of Australia’s largest industry and employer-sponsored funds, through to public sector and self-managed funds. Brad has also been an active contributor to the government and the ATO in relation to the current superannuation tax reforms. - Current at 12 March 2018
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