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The ATO’s approach to significant financial services tax issues presentation

Published on 07 Feb 18 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • the direct importance of corporate tax collections from the financial services industry
  • large corporate groups tax compliance and their effect on the health of the entire tax system
  • the tax system’s reliance on data provided by the financial services industry
  • areas of focus.

Author profile

Jeremy Hirschhorn CTA
Jeremy Hirschhorn, CTA, joined the ATO in August 2014, and since March 2015 has been the Deputy Commissioner for Public Groups in the Public Groups and International business line. In this role he is responsible for overseeing tax administration and compliance for all public entities. Before taking on this role, he was the ATO’s Chief Tax Counsel with responsibility for the Tax Counsel Network. Prior to joining the ATO, Jeremy was a senior partner in KPMG’s Tax practice. - Current at 01 November 2018
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This was presented at 2018 Financial Services Taxation Conference .

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Individual sessions

M&A in financial services

Author(s):  Paul ABBEY,  Jeanelle MENEZES

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Residence – Central management & control

Author(s):  Stuart Dall,  Bob Deutsch,  Richard EVANS

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The ATO’s approach to significant financial services tax issues

Author(s):  Jeremy HIRSCHHORN

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Macro economic outlook and implications for taxation

Author(s):  Shane Oliver

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Australia’s hybrid mismatch rules: Application and interactions

Author(s):  Manu SRISKANTHARAJAH

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Tax transparency initiatives – The current state of play

Author(s):  Chris Vanderkley,  Helen Kelly

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Stapled groups

Author(s):  Andrew Hirst

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