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How to approach a transaction – Interacting with the ATO presentation


This presentation covers:

  • reorganisation as part of a transaction
  • mitigating against process risks
  • nature of investors
  • ATO infrastructure project team
  • infrastructure – some key issues.

Author profiles

Brendon Lamers ATI
Photo of author, Brendon Lamers Brendon is a Partner at KPMG working in the Infrastructure and Property Tax team. He has over 15 years experience in providing taxation advice to a variety of financial institutions, foreign pension funds, infrastructure arrangers as well as to large domestic and multinational corporate clients. He has also worked at Babcock & Brown advising on numerous acquisitions and disposals. Brendon has advised various infrastructure consortiums during the bid and mandate phases of several infrastructure projects. - Current at 12 April 2017
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Peter Maher
Peter is a Director in the ATO’s Public Groups & International area. Peter currently leads the ATO’s Infrastructure Team and as such is involved with most state privatisations and also major infrastructure transactions. Peter also oversees the administration of the National Tax Equivalent Regime. Peter has also worked for a Big 4 accounting firm, has been engaged by the World Bank to work with the tax administrations of a number of developing countries, and currently is engaged as a consultant with the International Monetary Fund advising the Chinese State Administration of Taxes. - Current at 01 January 1900


This was presented at 2016 Queensland Tax Forum .

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