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Alternative assets insights: Foreign investment: State taxes that can bite unsuspectingly

Published on 01 Nov 15 by "TAXATION IN AUSTRALIA" JOURNAL ARTICLE

Recent amendments targeting foreign investors and the complexity of the Australian state taxes regime means, now more than ever, a transaction can lead to an unexpected state taxes liability.

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Costa Koutsis CTA
Costa is a Partner with PwC specialising in stamp duty and other indirect taxes. Costa has advised on indirect tax consequences for a range of transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, restructures and structured property and financing transactions across a variety of industries. Costa is a member of The Tax Institute's New South Wales Office of State Revenue Liaison Committee. - Current at 29 May 2019
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Alex Ta
Alex is a director with over 15 years' state taxes experience across a wide range of industries and in all Australian jurisdictions. Alex believes in delivering tailored and innovative solutions and enjoys tackling complex corporate restructures, mergers, acquisitions, demergers and structured financing. Alex brings his enthusiasm and extensive experience to all engagements and believes that the best solutions come from collaborating and working closely with his clients. - Current at 04 November 2015
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Ju Hun James Yoon
James is a Consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers. - Current at 04 November 2015

 

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