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Financial supplies workshop - Scenarios and suggested answers paper


Managing the GST implications of financial supplies involves a constant revisiting and revising of old issues, as well as adaptation to new legislation, regulations and administrative practices. This workshop paper explores some of the issues currently affecting both financial institutions and any enterprise that deals with them. Topics covered include:

  • characterising and differentiating products
  • GST-free exports of financial supplies
  • implementation of item 32
  • debt recovery
  • creditable and reduced credit acquisitions.

Author profiles

Anthony Fitzgerald
Anthony is Head of Indirect Tax at ANZ Banking Group. He is a Chartered Accountant with extensive experience in indirect tax in the financial services industry. Anthony has over 20 years experience in indirect tax having previously held positions at NAB, as a partner at a boutique indirect tax practice in Melbourne and at PwC. Anthony has led bankwide apportionment reviews, advises on a range of complex transactions and regularly interacts with senior members of the ATO. Anthony is also a key contributor to the indirect tax working committees of relevant industry associations in addressing various issues currently facing the financial services industry. - Current at 30 September 2019
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Michelle Bennett CTA
Michelle Bennett, CTA, is an Indirect Tax and Law partner at KPMG. Michelle has 20 years of experience in both legal and accounting firms, developing extensive expertise in relation to the application of state taxes and GST across all commercial transactions. In her current role within KPMG’s Deal Advisory team, Michelle’s goal is to ensure that the indirect taxes, which impact all stages of a transaction, are managed seamlessly. Michelle advises on a wide array of investments for her clients, including on and off-market takeovers, asset acquisitions, privatisations, IPOs and publicprivate partnerships. - Current at 27 August 2018
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This was presented at 2013 National GST Conference .

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Individual sessions

Keynote address

Author(s):  Robert OLDING

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GST and the Ten Commandments

Author(s):  Gordon BRYSLAND

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GST and insolvency: From the cradle to the grave

Author(s):  Peter KONIDARIS,  Jenny Lin,  Raj Srikhanta

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Cases update

Author(s):  Chris SIEVERS

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Resolving disputes

Author(s):  Elizabeth GOLI,  Peter Poulos

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