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Quick takes on tax: International issues with trusts and CGT

Taxation
Arnold Bloch Leibler tax team members provided a practical overview of issues for beneficiaries of non-resident trusts and Australian trusts with foreign beneficiaries.

In the first webinar of ABL's September 2020 'Quick takes on tax' series, partner Clint Harding, senior associate Greg Judd and lawyer Andrew Spierings presented on the topic of International issues with Trusts and CGT.

The Zoom webinar recording can be viewed on YouTube here. For a copy of the slide deck used in the webinar, click here.

Our host and presenters

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Paul Sokolowski

Paul Sokolowski is a specialist tax lawyer, and has been a partner of Arnold Bloch Leibler since 2001. He is the national practice leader of the firm’s taxation practice and advises a range of clients, including (ultra) high-net-worth individuals, large private groups, public entities and not-for-profits, on Federal tax issues in reviews, audits and disputes, and in domestic and international transactions. 

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Clint Harding

Clint Harding is a partner practising in the firm’s taxation department with particular expertise in corporate and international tax, the taxation of financial instruments and transactions, and the management of tax audits and disputes with the Australian Tax Office (ATO). His clients have included both public and private organisations, particularly in the corporate and banking sectors.

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Greg Judd

Greg Judd is a Senior Associate in the firm’s taxation practice and advises clients on all aspects of direct taxation. Prior to joining Arnold Bloch Leibler, Greg worked for over a decade in roles with Australia’s largest legal and accounting practices, and tutored, lectured and co-ordinated taxation at leading Australian universities.

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Andrew Spierings

Andrew is a lawyer in the Melbourne team of the firm’s taxation practice.  He has acted for high-net-worth individuals, private groups, public companies and not-for-profits, advising on a range of Federal and state taxes in all Australian jurisdictions as well as tax disputes.

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