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Issues on privatisation presentation

Published on 28 May 15 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • balancing technical and practical issues through a privatisation process
  • technical issues
  • is the asset a fixture?
  • Division 58
  • Division 43 - “your area”
  • Division 250 unintended application.

 

Author profiles

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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Cristina Wolters CTA
Cristina Wolters, CTA, is the General Manager Taxation at Transurban Limited, a triple stapled group with toll road operations in Australia, the United States and Canada. Cristina joined Transurban in 2006 to implement their tax function and has since overseen the tax structuring of Transurban’s various acquisitions and capital raisings both in Australia and in the United States. She is a Chartered Accountant, a Graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, has a Master of Taxation from the University of Melbourne and is undertaking a Senior Executive MBA with the Melbourne Business School. Prior to joining Transurban, she was a tax adviser with PwC working in Australia and then in Brazil. - Current at 16 December 2020

 

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Issues on privatisation

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