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Commercial risk vs tax risk in M&A: Tips & traps for young players presentation

Published on 30 May 19 by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • preparing the entity for sale
  • transaction structure
  • contract negotiation
  • key tax risks
  • warranties & indemnities.

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
Sally Newman CTA
Sally of Sally Newman Consulting, focuses on GST, stamp duty and other state taxes, and advises on tax issues for business including in respect of corporate restructuring and asset and business sales. Sally also helps clients resolve tax disputes. Prior to starting her own firm in 2018, Sally worked for over 12 years in MinterEllison’s Brisbane tax team. Sally also provides tax advisory services with the Sydney Blueleaf Consulting group. - Current at 04 September 2019
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This was presented at 2019 Queensland Tax Forum .

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Queensland duty: Tips, tricks and traps

Author(s):  Rosalie Cattermole,  Sam MOHAMMAD

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Commercial risk vs tax risk in M&A: Tips & traps for young players

Author(s):  Katrina Piva ,  Sally NEWMAN

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Revenue valuations: practical tips for avoiding disputes where possible and winning them where necessary

Author(s):  Philip BISSET,  Megan Raynal,  Danie van Aswegen

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Author(s):  Thomas TULLEY

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