Published on 27 Aug 15
by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This presentation covers:
- market drivers towards increasing use of infrastructure structures
- tax characteristics of infrastructure investment
- key technical issues for non-traditional assets
- case study 1: trading business
- case study 2: resources infrastructure
- case study 3: agribusiness.
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
Hayden, FTI, is a Partner at PwC in their Tax & Legal practice. He has over twenty years of experience in the tax environments of the Big 4, top-tier law firms, and Government (both Treasury and ATO). Hayden extensively advises clients in the financial services and infrastructure industries, as well as extensively advising outside those industries on finance tax matters. Additionally, Hayden is a contributor to the broader tax policy and reform conversation, having been a member of the (now defunct) National Tax Liaison Group Finance and Investment Subcommittee, and, more recently, an expert panellist on the Board of Taxation’s review of the debt-equity rules.
- Current at
17 March 2016