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Technical landmines in corporate transactions presentation

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

This presentation covers:

  • demergers – overview
  • CR 2005/74 – Foodland, PEH and Woolworths
  • single arrangement – scrip for scrip
  • ultimate holding company – scrip for scrip
  • pre-sale dividends – quantitative factors.

Author profiles

Julian Lian
Julian started in KPMG’s Adelaide tax practice as a graduate in 2006. He has recently returned to Adelaide after five and a half years in Sydney where he worked with KPMG’s tax advisory team and a leading Australian law firm. He advises on income tax matters and has a broad range of experience ranging from private groups to large multinationals across a range of industry sectors. His most recent TIA presentation was at the Queensland Tax Forum in May this year where he presented on technical traps in corporate transactions. - Current at 29 July 2019
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Muhunthan Kanagaratnam CTA
Muhunthan leads the tax practice of Gilbert + Tobin. Muhunthan was formerly a Special Counsel of G+T and an M&A – Tax Partner with Deloitte. He specialises in corporate transactions, including acquisitions, sales, IPOs and privatisations, where FIRB’s tax conditions often come into play. Muhunthan has advised on landmark transactions and managed tax disputes, both with significant tax exposures, and brings diverse experiences to his presentations for the Tax Institute. - Current at 04 September 2019
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This was presented at 2019 Queensland Tax Forum .

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