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2015 Tax Indaba Day 3 DVD
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DAY 3

STREAM ONE: CORPORATE TAX


  Finance corporate acquisitions – a financier’s perspective

Brian Dennehy, Director, Webber Wentzel


  Tax implications of acquisition finance

Andrew Wellsted, Director, Norton Rose Fulbright


  Options for acquisition – taxable/non-taxable

Craig Miller, Director/Partner, PwC


 

Share incentive schemes – tax considerations

Michael Rudnicki, Director: Corporate Tax; Head of Financial Services and M&A Tax, KPMG


  Panel discussion: hot spots in transaction tax

Mark Linington, Director Sector Group Head: Private Equity, Webber Wentzel
Jan Pienaar, Senior Specialist: Transaction Tax Project & Corporate Finance Department, Industrial Development Corporation (IDC)
Mark Preiss, Tax of Counsel, Baker & McKenzie






  The South African grants and tax incentives’ landscape in comparison to global benchmarks

Christo Engelbrecht, Director, Catalyst Solutions
Dov Paluch, Director, Catalyst Solutions


  South African general policy and incentive update

Duane Newman, Grants and Sustainability Business Executive, Cova Advisory and Associates


  R&D S11D – practical update on S11D including tax and exchange issues

Darren Margo, Patent Attorney & Director, Margo Attorneys


DAY 3

STREAM TWO: EMPLOYMENT AND SAVINGS

     

  Payroll taxes: back to basics

Beatrie Gouws, Associate Director, KPMG


  Administrative and IT Issues in payroll

Jerry Botha Consultant Tax Consulting


  Panel discussion: hot spots in payroll

Tarryn Atkinson, Tax Risk Manager, FirstRand Group Tax
Marelize Loftie-Eaton, Head of Employees’ Tax & Benefits, External Tax Reporting and TAA, FirstRand Group Tax
Beatrie Gouws, Associate Director, KPMG


 

Cross-border employees

Jaco la Grange, Senior Manager, Deloitte


  The tax pitfalls of structuring company-owned life policies for the purposes of business risk profiling

Errol Gottfried Meyer, Errol Gottfried Meyer Consulting




  The use of domestic trusts in estate planning

Piet Nel, Head: School of Applied Tax, SAIT


  Portfolio investment tax

Ronald King, Head: Technical Support, PSG




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