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Stapled structures – Where to from here? paper

Published on 02 Feb 19 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • stapled structures – a brief history 
  • historical issues under audit
  • proposed reform.

Author profiles

Katrina Piva
Katrina is a Director in EY’s Transaction Tax group. Katrina has over 15 years experience in advising clients on transactions, with particular focus on the infrastructure, power and utilities and real estate sectors. Katrina has significant experience in advising both buy side and sell side on transactions in relation to historical due diligence and provision of tax advice on transaction structures, including upstream and bid structures. - Current at 04 September 2019
Richard Buchanan CTA
Richard is a partner at EY and specialises in the tax aspects of major transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, infrastructure and property projects. He regularly provides advice through the life cycle of the transaction, including funding, structuring, due diligence, documentation negotiation and post-acquisition integration. Richard’s role in infrastructure transactions can vary from advising bidding consortiums, representing lending syndicates, advising vendors and representing equity in a consortium. - Current at 29 May 2019
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