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William Malouf

Will is a senior associate and a member of the Baker McKenzie Structured Assets team and advises multinationals and large domestic clients on a range of Australian taxation issues. Will's primary focus is on the income tax aspects of corporate and debt restructures, M&A and the resolution of disputes. Will frequently engages with the Australian Tax Office, including in the context of early engagement, private rulings, audits and reviews and the Top 100 and Top 1000 tax performance programs. Will has a depth of experience advising clients operating in a number of industries including healthcare, infrastructure, resources and renewables, agribusiness and financial services.

Asia Pacific tax authorities are actively seeking to reduce tax leakages, non-compliance, and what they perceive to be tax avoidance activities. To help you position your business for success in an era of ever-changing tax rules and intense scrutiny, our subject matter experts from across the region and globally will come together to examine key developments. We will discuss the impact of emerging trends and current issues on your business models and strategies, sharing practical tips on how you can maximize opportunities to achieve the best risk mitigation outcomes.

On the 8th of July, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) released its Decision Impact Statement (DIS) on the Full Federal Court decision of Greig v Commissioner of Taxation [2020] FCAFC 25.

This client alert provides an overview of the Greig decision and considers the impact of the decision on significant individual shareholders.