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Topical issues affecting cross-border capital management presentation

Published on 27 May 21 by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers a technical summary of key topical tax issues affecting capital structures, including perspectives on current approaches and future trends in responding to these issues.

Author profiles

Kevin Griffiths
Kevin is the Lead Partner of EY’s Transfer Pricing Group in Queensland and also the Leader of the broader EY Tax Division in Queensland. With over 25 years of experience in corporate and international tax, Kevin has spent the last 20 years working with clients to design, structure and implement defendable transfer pricing arrangements. During that time, Kevin has also led the successful management and resolution of significant transfer pricing disputes and advance pricing agreement negotiations across multiple jurisdictions. Kevin is a Chartered Accountant both in Australia and the UK, is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and also sits as a Director on the Board of the Brisbane Powerhouse. - Current at 29 November 2017
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Catherine Parkinson
Catherine is a Senior Manager in the EY Brisbane Tax Private Clients team. She has over 12 years’ experience working with a range of clients from privately owned business to large multi-nationals and advising them on the Australian income tax implications arising from various transactions and inherent in their business structures. Catherine has focussed on the private business market in recent years and particularly enjoys helping clients to navigate the increasing complexities in the tax law. - Current at 15 March 2021
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This was presented at 2021 Queensland Tax Forum .

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