Miscellaneous 2003

Whether to consolidate and when

Source: New South Wales

Published Date: 11 Jun 2003

This presentation focusses on the cost benefit analysis of deciding whether to consolidate or not, including:
- who can form part of the consolidated group
- treatment of assets and losses
- steps to be taken to select group and elect to consolidate
- when does the decision to consolidate have to be made?
- is restructuring an option?

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Individual Session

The Practicalities of Consolidation

Author(s): Annamaria Carey


  • Published By: Annamaria Carey
  • Published On:11 Jun 2003
  • Took place at:Menzies Hotel, Sydney

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