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2014 Webinar: Interest on hybrid debt instruments deemed to be dividends in specie
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When: 21 July 2014
From 03:00 PM to 05:00 PM
Where: Webinar online session
Presented live from Gauteng
South Africa
Contact: Ingrid Erwee

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Section 8F of the Income Tax Act, dealing with hybrid debt instruments, has recently been substituted. A new section 8FA has also been inserted into the Income Tax Act, dealing with hybrid interest. These provisions have far-reaching implications for taxpayers and these implications will be discussed in the seminar.


Programme highlights will include:

We will examine sections 8F and 8FA in detail, including examples of how these provisions apply.


David Warneke – BDO South Africa

David Warneke is the head of Income Tax Technical at BDO South Africa and Adjunct Associate Professor in Tax at the University of Cape Town. He has many years of experience in consulting to a wide range of corporate tax clients.

He holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Tax Law, a Masters Degree in Tax Law, an Honours Degree in Financial Accounting and is a Chartered Accountant.

David also serves on a number of Tax Committees, including the Corporate Taxation Committee of SAIT. He lectures tax at postgraduate level, has published a number of articles in refereed journals and is co-author of a questions book on taxation that is prescribed at the majority of the leading universities in South Africa.


Webinar Participation & Completion of the Online Assessment will secure 2 hours Verifiable Output CPD.


Monthly CPD subscribers: Free 

Members: R290

Affiliated Members: R300

Non-members: R350

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