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New employee share scheme rules: SME start-ups video

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Publication date: 02 Jun 16 | Source: NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This video is a filmed session from the NSW 9th Annual Tax Forum, PowerPoint slides are incorporated with the presentation. The recent government announcements and the change rules as at 1 July 2015 have prompted many to reconsider employee share schemes (ESS). It is worth remembering that traditional ESS have never really suited private businesses. This session covered the alternatives that are likely to continue to be relevant:

  • trends in ESS and applications to private companies
  • making the “start-up” concession work for private business - ESS with deferral and CGT discount
  • issues for businesses which do not qualify for the start-up concessions
  • alternative employee incentive arrangements.

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Author(s):  Ken SCHURGOTT

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Cameron Blackwood ATI
Cameron brings more than a decade of transactional tax expertise to his role as Director in Greenwoods & Herbert Smith Freehills’ Sydney office. He specialises in advising clients on the tax complexities of mergers, acquisitions and restructures, including cross-border issues and all aspects of employee share schemes, and regularly works in close collaboration with Herbert Smith Freehills. After joining Greenwoods & Herbert Smith Freehills as a graduate in 2004, Cameron built his corporate experience advising companies on a wide range of advisory and compliance matters, including a secondment to BHP Billiton. His industry knowledge is broad and includes the mining, real estate and financial services sectors. Cameron is also a key member of the firm’s Private Wealth group, which advises many of the country’s most successful private groups and emerging entrepreneurial businesses. Cameron is a member of The Tax Institute’s Large Business and International Committee and the NSW Technical Committee. He holds a Bachelor of Business (Hons) and Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from the University of Technology Sydney, and a Master of Taxation from the University of Sydney. Cameron is admitted as a solicitor in New South Wales. - Current at 26 June 2019
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