2023 M&A

M&A update

Source: Victoria

Published Date: 4 May 2023


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This session considers developments in tax aspects associated with M&A transactions. It considers actual transactions and use practical examples to illustrate the changes in the tax landscape over the past 12 months and discusses how developments in case law, administration of the law and guidance that is yet to be issued may impact transactions.

The session also focussed on how post-merger implementation (PMI) can assist with realising tax synergies, including the need to consider existing transfer pricing policies post-transaction.

Individual Session

Author(s): Enzo Coia CTA , Mark Wilkie


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2023 M&A

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