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Publication date: 09 Jun 21 | Source: QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This video covers issues including the identification of appropriate entities that may assist in attracting additional domestic and overseas investment in Australian agriculture.

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Attracting additional investors to Australian primary production
Author(s):  Jess Fantin,  Jaclyn Hope

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Jess Fantin
Jess Fantin is a Director in the Brisbane Stamp Duty and Land Tax Team at PwC and has over 9 years specialist experience advising clients with existing agriculture operations and those wanting to invest in Australian agriculture. Most recently, Jess played a key stamp duty advisory role in respect of PSPIB’s acquisition of ASX listed Webster Limited. She also worked closely with several agribusiness clients, Agforce and the Property Council during the 12 month consultation process for the QLD foreign land tax surcharge ex gratia guidelines and has assisted a number of clients with applying for ex gratia since the guidelines were introduced. Jess’ passion for working with agribusiness and assisting clients stems from her background growing up on a sugar cane farm south of Cairns, which she now owns with her 2 siblings. - Current at 15 April 2021
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Jacyln Hope
Jaclyn Hope is a Director in Brisbane’s Food & Agribusiness Advisory team at PwC, assisting with agribusiness advisory services in relation to strategy development, debt and corporate restructuring, transaction services, deal flow, asset management and turnaround advice. Most recently, Jaclyn has been part PwC’s lead advisory team on the some of the largest transactions in the Australian agribusiness market, including the sale of Simpson Farms, the strategic partnership between Stone Axe Pastoral and Rural Funds Management and the $200m warehouse facility provided to StockCo by Goldman Sachs. Jaclyn has over 18 years’ experience in the agribusiness sector. Prior to joining PwC, Jaclyn worked with PPB Advisory and in the banking and finance industry. - Current at 15 April 2021
This was presented at 2021 Agribusiness Intensive .

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