Miscellaneous 2005

Financing issues associated with property investment and development

Source: New South Wales

Published Date: 30 Mar 2005


Issues covered in this presentation include:

  • asset financing and tax preferred entities - proposed Division 250
  • Section 51AD and Division 16D - including the impact on commercial property operating leases
  • debt/equity issues for developers - planning opportunities
  • thin capitalisation and other international financing considerations
  • impact of recent cases (such as Spassked, Macquarie Finance and Transurban / Citilink Melb.).

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Financing issues associated with property investment and development

Author(s): Jock Mccormack CTA , David Anderson


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