Greg McIntyre SC on What's the Price of Transparency in Native Title? ILUAs post McGlade
Tuesday May 29, 2018
Greg McIntyre SC was admitted to practice in 1974. He gained extensive experience in the first 15 years of practice in criminal law and also practised between 1984 and 1988 in Family Law. Greg was Principal Legal Officer, Aboriginal Legal Service of WA, 1988-90. From 1990-92 he worked in general litigation at Corser & Corser. He has practised solely as a Barrister since 1993.
How Does the 2018/19 Federal Budget Affect SMEs with Amber Agustin
Monday May 28, 2018
Amber Agustin is a Partner in the Tax Practice of Clayton Utz, specialising in preventing, managing and resolving contentious tax matters. Amber is one of the few tax disputes lawyers with a breadth of experience in the litigation, commercial law, evidential, procedural, regulatory and administrative contexts of the tax system. This allows Amber to see tax disputes in their broader framework and develop resolution strategies that may not be visible from a narrower perspective.
ATO High Risk Areas: What's Under the Spotlight with Darren Chinnappa
Friday May 25, 2018
Darren Chinnappa has been a member of the Superannuation Division at Nexia Sydney for over eight years. During this time, he has developed several areas of expertise including all aspects of superannuation and compliance (in particular SMSF's), managing complex superannuation structural issues as well as retirement and estate planning.
Tax Considerations of Acquiring an Established Business with Iain Spittal and Emmanuelle Roulet
Friday May 25, 2018
Iain is a Partner of PKF and is part of the specialist Taxation team in Sydney. One of Iain's specialty areas is in international taxation and cross-border structuring. He has worked with clients based in many different countries and is experienced with the tax requirements for countries including USA, Canada, France, UK, Singapore, Japan, Switzerland, Germany, Ireland, Chile, New Zealand, Pakistan, China, Hong Kong, and India.
Emmanuelle is a Tax Manager and works in the specialist Taxation team, based in Sydney office. She has a focus on corporate and international tax, including cross-border advice and tax planning for inbound and outbound investment. Having worked in Australia (Perth and Sydney), Central Africa and France, she has provided advice to clients in a number of jurisdictions including Asia (Singapore, China, Malaysia), Europe (UK, France, Germany), as well as most of the francophone African countries.
SMSF Contributions: Keep the Small Business CGT Concession in Mind with Tracey Scotchbrook
Tuesday May 22, 2018
Tracey Scotchbrook is a SMSF Specialist Advisor, specialising in this field for 15 years.