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Split central management and control and dual residency

Published on 01 Jul 20 by "TAXATION IN AUSTRALIA" JOURNAL ARTICLE

The ATO’s approach to central management and control (CMAC) in TR 2018/5 and PCG 2018/9 introduces a new controversy into corporate residency by potentially treating a single board meeting as the exercise of CMAC in multiple jurisdictions. This article argues that such an approach is inconsistent with the foundation of CMAC first set out in De Beers case, and followed in previous dual CMAC decisions such as the Union Corporation case, that a company resides where CMAC actually abides and the real business of the company is carried on.

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Gordon Thring CTA
Gordon is a Partner in the Corporate Tax practice of Deloitte. He has over 20 years experience in mining and energy, financial services and property sectors. He was extensively involved in the consultation arrangements regarding the introduction of Division 125 and the amendments to s45B to accommodate demerger relief. - Current at 19 March 2009
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