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This article describes in general terms when such Australian tax could arise and, if an assessment does arise to a foreign investor, how to deal with it.
Andrew Corletto has joined Minter Ellison SA/NT as a partner. Corletto is an experienced corporate, energy and resources lawyer with more than 25 years in practice.
Minter Ellison financial services partner Richard Batten has welcomed the FSI Interim Report as a comprehensive survey of all issues affecting Australia’s financial system.
Baosteel Resources Australia and Aurizon Operations recently announced a joint conditional off-market takeover offer for all of the outstanding ordinary shares in Aquila Resources.
The Fu Wah International Group has added Melbourne’s iconic Park Hyatt Hotel to its extensive portfolio, paying AUD130m for the property.
The People’s Bank of China released the Administrative Measures for the Foreign Exchange Purchase and Sale Business Provided by Banks on 22 June 2014.
A series of laws and regulations have been promulgated to introduce the capital subscription system and remove the paid-in capital registration system.
Investor Daily has cited Minter Ellison’s client alert ‘FOFA regulations finally made’ prepared by financial services specialist partner Richard Batten.
The current lack of national uniformity in the Security of Payment system that adjudicates construction sector disputes results in a range of unnecessary costs that outweigh any commensurate benefits of the system.
Minter Ellison has announced a range of senior appointments, including eight new partners, five special counsel and 25 senior associates.
A new derivative reporting regime will commence in Australia in 2015.
A court has confirmed that the ability to work night shifts was a genuine occupational requirement for a registered nurse who was engaged in roles that provided 24/7 care.
Asaleo Care, advised by Minter Ellison, has completed its initial public offering (IPO) of shares and listing on the Australian Securities Exchange.
This edition of Governance News provides a synopsis of Minter Ellison’s weekly summary of corporate law and governance developments in Australia and overseas.
The deadline for employers to report share-based awards is approaching. The ATO is increasing its focus on ESS reporting compliance so employers should be aware of some of the traps.
The Corporations Amendment (Streamlining Future of Financial Advice) Regulation 2014 was made on 26 June and registered on 30 June.
The much anticipated Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013 (PGPA Act) came into effect on 30 June 2014.
The Competition Policy Review presents a golden opportunity to resuscitate productivity growth in Australia through micro-economic reform, according to Minter Ellison.
The High Court has delivered its highly anticipated decision in Williams v Commonwealth of Australia  HCA 23 (Williams [No. 2]).
Full Federal Court confirms a ‘public benevolent institution’ does not need to provide direct relief
A ‘public benevolent institution’ is a subtype of charitable body. Endorsement by the Australian Taxation Office is required before an entity can be one.