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Recruiting and retaining top talent paper

Published on 27 May 21 by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers a practical look at the key issues which arise when employee equity incentive arrangements are implemented by private companies.

 

Author profiles

Aaron Dahl
Aaron Dahl has extensive advisory and transactional experience in a broad range of corporate and commercial matters. Aaron’s experience includes mergers and acquisitions, recapitalisations, public and private capital raising and general commercial advisory in the resources and renewables, health, pharmaceutical technology and not for profit sectors. Aaron is often engaged by clients to provide guidance on corporate governance issues and advice regarding directors’ duties. In providing advice, Aaron draws on the knowledge of his clients’ industries to ensure he offers commercial and practical solutions. Aaron is well versed and has a particular interest in structuring and advising on employee incentive arrangements and acts for a number of large offshore companies in relation to their Australian incentive programs - Current at 24 April 2021
Melinda Peters CTA
Melinda is a specialist tax and duty lawyer, focusing on corporate and resources taxation at McCullough Robertson. Melinda currently acts for multinational corporations with Australian resource interests, a number of ASX-listed companies, widely held investment funds and a number of Australian start-ups. In addition to providing transaction structuring advice and tax opinions, Melinda advises on employee incentive arrangements for both listed and private groups. She also regularly acts for clients in taxation objections and disputes with the ATO. - Current at 15 March 2021
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