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Financing - An overview and recent changes paper


This paper covers:

  • application of interest deductibility tests
  • trasfer pricing of financial transactions
  • thin capitalisation.


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Kyle Beattie
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Stuart Landsberg FTI
Stuart is a Partner in PwC’s Brisbane office specialising in international tax and the energy and resources industry. He has over 11 years experience focusing on the resources industry, including 3 years in PwC’s Sydney office advising clients on the tax implications of inbound and outbound investment with a particular focus on financing and holding structures. Stuart is a member of PwC’s Australian international tax and energy and resources focus groups and regularly contributes to PwC’s thought leadership in both areas. - Current at 30 April 2019
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Dritton Xhemajlaj
Dritton is a Director in PwC Australia’s transfer pricing practice. Now based in Brisbane, Dritton has 10 years of dedicated transfer pricing experience, including secondments to PwC’s Sydney office and an in-house secondment with a Melbourne-based Australian multinational. He specialises in establishing and defending intercompany pricing policies for financing arrangements. - Current at 29 November 2017
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