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The taxation of digital business presentation

Published on 06 Feb 19 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • background and OECD project on taxation of digital business
  • response from EU, UK and other jurisdictions
  • Australia’s response
  • possible reform areas
  • impact for your business.

Author profile

Michael Barbour CTA
Michael is General Manager, Group Taxation, for the Westpac Banking Corporation. Michael is responsible for the Group’s global tax management and strategy. This includes overall responsibility for tax policy, risk management and strategic issues affecting the Group, and areas such as capital management, group treasury, mergers and acquisitions, as well as human resources. Michael has been with Westpac for more than 15 years, beginning in 1998 as Tax Controller and moving into Head of Group Tax in 2001. He also has in-depth accounting firm experience, having worked with Coopers & Lybrand, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu and Price Waterhouse. Michael also has considerable experience in dealing with domestic and global tax issues affecting the financial services sector. In particular, he engages on industry issues through the Australian Banking Association and directly with Federal Treasury through various consultative groups. Michael is a member of the ATO’s Large Business Liaison Group. Internationally, Michael chairs the Tax Working Group for the International Banking Federation. Michael received the Corporate Tax Adviser of the Year award in 2017, for a prominent tax professional in the corporate environment. Michael holds a Master of Laws, University of Sydney (1992), Bachelor Legal Studies, Macquarie University (1987) and a Bachelor of Financial Administration, University of New England (1982). - Current at 30 May 2019
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This was presented at 2019 Financial Services Taxation Conference .

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