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International Tax Hot Topics: A conversation on Minerva, SingTel and Mylan

April 18 @ 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM

IFA Australian branch is pleased to invite you to this virtual event on Thursday 18 April 2024 from 6.00pm to 7.15pm (AEST). 

Please register your attendance using the form below.

Join us for a conversation with Prof Graeme Cooper, hosted by Thomas Ickeringill, on the latest developments in international tax and anti-avoidance case law in Australia and the implications for taxpayers and tax practitioners following these three landmark judgments.

This virtual event is free for members and AUD 50 for non-members. Corporate members can include four attendees free of charge, and additional attendees may participate for free if they are individual members, or AUD 50 otherwise. Please note that membership is free for individuals under 30 and half price for individuals under 40. If you would like to join the IFA Australian branch, please do so here.

Please register here for this virtual/online event

Prof Graeme Cooper

Graeme retired as Professor of Taxation Law at the University of Sydney. He was formerly Professor of Taxation at the University of Melbourne, has been a visiting professor at Harvard, NYU, Virginia, Tilburg and KU Leuven, and also taught at Osgoode Hall and the University of British Columbia.

Graeme is one of Australia’s leading tax experts. He has published extensively in Australia and overseas. His work has been cited by the High Court and Federal Court, and influenced the introduction of several legislative reforms. Graeme’s principal research and teaching focus is domestic corporate taxation, comparative tax law and tax policy. He continues to work in private practice as a consultant for Herbert Smith Freehills.

Thomas Ickeringill
Senior Associate, Allens (Host)

Tom is a Senior Associate in the Tax Practice at Allens. Tom advises across a wide range of matters, including tax controversy and litigation, the tax aspects of corporate M&A, and general tax advisory and planning. He specialises primarily in international tax, transfer pricing and anti-avoidance matters.

Tom is currently the Young IFA representative in Australia and member of the National Transfer Pricing Committee of The Tax Institute. Tom holds an MSc in Taxation from the University of Oxford and an LLB / BCom (Hons) from the University of Melbourne.


April 18
6:00 PM - 7:15 PM