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Financial Services Taxation Conference

Published on 10 Mar 2022 | Took place at Crown Sydney & Online, National

The Tax Institute’s Financial Services Taxation Conference has long been the leading conference for financial services taxation professionals in Australia.

The conference had many highlights including the OECD update presented by Pascal Saint-Amans, Part IVA perspectives from Peter Walmsley, Kristen Deards SC and The Hon. Tony Pagone QC, capital management and M&A insights from Barrenjoey, Citi, Greenwoods & Herbert Smith Freehills and EY, as well as several technical, reform and tax governance topics. We also heard from senior ATO officers about the areas of key focus for financial services.

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Individual sessions

Expanding Australia’s tax treaty network

Author(s):  Richard J VANN

This paper covers:

  • An update as to the current status of the Government review project
  • Provide an overview of new treaties being negotiated and key features we can expect in those treaties
  • Detail any key changes being considered in relation to existing treaties
  • Outline current trends and issues arising in relation to tax treaties, and
  • Consider non-discrimination following the High Court decision in Addy.
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OECD / G20 Two Pillar Solution

Author(s):  Amelia Teng

This paper covers the latest developments and examine the key implementation issues impacting the financial services industry, with a key focus on practical challenges and critical steps Australian enterprises need to consider now.

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Cases and Rulings update

Author(s):  Joanne DUNNE,  Steve Whittington

This paper covers:

  • Australia tax case law which has been determined in the Federal Court, Full Federal
  • Court and High Court between January and December 2021, including an analysis of the win-loss percentage
  • Case law from other Commonwealth jurisdictions that is industry relevant and that may be persuasive in Australia
  • Recent rulings and guidance from the Australian Taxation Office that is of significance to the financial services industry.
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