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2013 Election Debate - Tax Policy video

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Publication date: 25 Jul 13 | Source: NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE


This video, approximately 1.75 hours, is a debate between the Hon. David Bradbury, MP, Assistant Treasurer and Senator Mathias Cormann, Shadow Assistant Treasurer (faciliated by Kellie Connolly) that covered a range of tax policy topics and the views from both major parties on topics such as:

  • large business and multinational issues
  • state and consumption taxes
  • small business
  • superannuation
  • governance.

Author profiles

Hon David Bradbury
David is a graduate of the University of Sydney, holding an Arts Degree and an Honours Degree in Law. He has also undertaken postgraduate studies in taxation law. Prior to his election to federal Parliament, David was a Senior Associate practising in taxation law with the corporate law firm, Blake Dawson. Having served as a councillor on Penrith City Council for nine years, David has twice been elected Mayor of the City of Penrith. David previously served as the chair of the Caucus Economics Committee and was a member of the House of Representatives Economics Committee, the House of Representatives Communications Committee and the Joint Public Accounts and Audit Committee. Following the 2010 federal election, David was appointed as the Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer. In March 2012, David was appointed to the position of Assistant Treasurer and Minister Assisting for Deregulation. - Current at 24 July 2013
Mathias Cormann
Senator Cormann is the Shadow Assistant Treasurer and Shadow Minister for Financial Services and Superannuation and has served as the Chair of the Senate Scrutiny of New Taxes Committee. Prior to the 2010 Federal election he was the Shadow Minister for Employment Participation, Apprenticeships and Training as well as the Chair of the Senate Select Committee on Fuel and Energy. Before entering the Senate in June 2007 to represent the State of Western Australia, the Senator was a senior executive for West Australian health insurer HBF. - Current at 24 July 2013
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