A company group structure can sometimes evolve in an unplanned manner over time and result in an unwieldy or inefficient
ownership structure. This webinar considers the tax consequences involved with a rationalisation of a group and the removal
of companies from the group by way of liquidation or amalgamation.
Upon satisfactory completion of this activity you will be able to:
- Identify the key tax issues involved in a company liquidation or amalgamation
- Understand when a liquidation or amalgamation may be an appropriate course of action to rationalise a group.
Total CPD Hours: 1
- Accountants and lawyers that commonly advise clients on the establishment of companies and the appropriate ownership
and management structure for the group.
- Professional advisors involved with company liquidation and amalgamation.
Greg Neill, Partner – Tax Advisory, Findex
Greg has a legal background and has worked in large law firms in New Zealand and the UK. He provides
advice on the full spectrum of tax matters, ranging from individual issues through to complex corporate or
financing transactions. Greg has significant experience with the tax consequences of employee remuneration
and incentives, including employee share schemes.
- 15 October 2020
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm