Miscellaneous 2003

Applying the Principles of Interest Deductibility to Exotic Instruments

Source: Western Australia

Published Date: 19 Sep 2003

This presentation covers the following topics:
- discounts
- capitalised interest
- split loans and capital protected loans
- interaction with new debt/equity rules
- hybrid equity
- perpetual notes and stapled securities
- unit trust financing arrangements.

Note that this is an updated version of a presentation given by Michael Selth at the Interest Deductibility seminar held in Melbourne on 12 June 2003. Click here to view that presentation.

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  • Published By: Russell Garvey
  • Published On:19 Sep 2003
  • Took place at:City West Function Centre, West Perth

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