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Every transaction has tax implications, whether it's an acquisition, disposal, refinancing, restructuring or initial public offering. Understanding and planning for these implications can mitigate transaction risk, enhance opportunity and provide crucial negotiation insights.
Our Transaction Tax services comprise a worldwide network of professional advisors who can help you do just that. By combining diverse cross-border transaction experience with local tax knowledge across a broad spectrum of industry sectors, we can help you make informed decisions and navigate the tax implications of your transaction.
Because every deal has a distinct profile, we mobilise wherever needed, assembling a personalised, integrated global team to work with you throughout the transaction life cycle, from initial due diligence through post-deal implementation.
Our local teams employ a consistent approach globally to provide you with a coordinated understanding of the relevant jurisdictional and multi-disciplinary tax issues. And we can suggest structuring alternatives to balance investor sensitivities, promote exit readiness and help improve prospective earnings or cash flows — raising opportunities for improved returns on your investment.
Our integrated approach means you gain access to high-quality, globally coordinated tax advice, wherever your transaction occurs.
To find out more about the services we offer in this area please contact us.
Australia's Diverted Profits Tax Bill: includes updated transfer pricing guidelines and increased penalties
Australian and multinational significant global entities will be affected by a Bill introduced into Parliament on 9 February 2017.
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