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Mergers and acquisitions and consolidation paper


This paper covers:

  • the principle of tax consolidation
  • share versus asset acquisitions
  • impact of valuations on tax consolidation outcomes
  • areas for focus in tax due diligence
  • managing risks of buying a subsidiary out of a consolidated group
  • tax losses
  • deductibility of transaction costs
  • resetting tax bases of assets.

Author profiles

Stephen Nisbet
Stephen is a Senior Manager in the Corporate Tax Division of KPMG, Adelaide. With over ten years' experience providing advice to a range of clients from emerging SMEs to listed companies, Stephen has a strong client focus and a keen interest in a variety of business sectors, ranging from financial services to forestry. - Current at 05 August 2015
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Geoffrey Yiu ATI
Geoffrey is a Partner at KPMG with over 15 years experience in KPMG’s Sydney and Adelaide offices, and he has recently relocated to Melbourne. Geoff’s core specialisation is financial services. Geoff also has a particular interest in tax consolidation and has presented for the TIA a number of times on the topic. - Current at 29 March 2016
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Rebecca Smith
Rebecca is a Senior Consultant with KPMG. - Current at 01 September 2014


This was presented at Companies & Corporates Full Day .

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Dividends and capital management

Author(s):  Sean VAN DER LINDEN

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Mergers and acquisitions and consolidation

Author(s):  Stephen Nisbet,  Rebecca Smith,  Geoffrey YIU

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