What are the ESG considerations for tax practitioners in financial services?

Published Date: 14 Mar 2024


As the energy transition continues to be a prevalent matter in today’s society, this session looked to cover the implications of investing in renewable projects including wind, solar, hydro and battery storage. Issues practice from a tax perspective will be considered, covering commonly used in structures, pitfalls and traps and common investor matters. The focus was for both domestic and foreign investors.

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  • Published By: Shirley Lam
  • Published On:14 Mar 2024
  • Took place at:Crown Sydney

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