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“Nurturing willing participation” - The 2014 offshore voluntary disclosure initiative: A contextual, situational and comparative analysis paper

Published on 09 Oct 14 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • the international and domestic context
  • the 2014 OVDI - situational analysis
  • international comparison,

 

 

Author profiles

Jonathan Ortner FTI
Jonathan is a partner in Arnold Bloch Leibler’s Sydney taxation group and practices in all areas of direct and indirect tax with a particular focus on the taxation of trusts and corporate income tax and mergers and acquisitions. Jonathan has also advised extensively on cross-border taxation issues; employment taxes, including the tax treatment of employee share schemes, termination payments and fringe benefits; and the GST implications of transactions and dealings in the development of property. Using his technical tax knowledge, Jonathan works with clients to obtain commercial and practical outcomes. He has particular experience in dealing with the Australian Taxation Office on complex tax issues in a dispute resolution context. Jonathan is a keen and active member of the tax community. As well as presenting on tax topics at various sessions and authoring a number of published articles, papers and bulletins, Jonathan is an active member of the Tax Institute’s GST and SME committees. Prior to joining Arnold Bloch Leibler in 2012, Jonathan worked in a financial advisory role at a top investment bank and a Big Four accounting firm. - Current at 22 October 2019
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Paul Sokolowski CTA
Photo of author, Paul SOKOLOWSKI Paul is a partner and the national taxation practice leader at Arnold Bloch Leibler. Paul advises clients, including high-net-worth individuals, large private groups and public entities in tax reviews, audits, disputes and litigation, and in domestic and international transactions. Paul is a regular speaker and writer for the Tax Institute, and other organisations and publications. He actively contributes to tax policy, legislative, technical and administrative development and debate. In March this year, Paul won The Tax Institute’s 2019 Chartered Tax Advisor of the Year Award. - Current at 19 June 2019
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