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Foreign investment in Australian real estate presentation

Published on 05 Sep 19 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • setting the scene – who is a non-resident investor for tax purposes and how does this differ from other contexts such as FIRB;
  • who can purchase Australian real estate, including the relevant investment thresholds applicable to different types of real estate investments
  • the Australian taxation consequences and structuring considerations for non-resident investors acquiring, owning, and selling Australian real estate
  • recent MIT and Duty legislative changes relevant to property investments by non-residents.

 

Author profiles

Scott Farrell ATI
Scott Farrell, ATI, is a Tax Partner at KPMG in the Deal Advisory Tax Group. He has advised clients on investing into infrastructure projects across various sectors as part of government privatisations and as part of secondary market transactions (including public market takeovers). Scott has had in excess of 27 years experience in advising both local and international fund investors on structuring for listed and unlisted infrastructure and property investments. - Current at 07 March 2016
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Matthew Ervin
Matt is a Senior Manager in KPMG's Deals Tax group with 8 years of Corporate Tax experience in Australia and the United Kingdom. Matt's clients include large corporates and financial investors who he advises on large and significant transactions such as takeovers, initial public offerings and privatisations. He provides advice with a focus on financing, structuring, tax consolidation and exit strategy and is a regular tax presenter. - Current at 16 February 2015

 

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