Greg Travers

Biography

Greg is the director in charge of William Buck’s taxation services division. Greg joined the taxation services division of William Buck in 1999 after seven years with KPMG in a more general business advisory role.

The work undertaken by Greg is primarily advising on specific tax issues such as buying and selling businesses; structuring and restructuring; tax planning and risk management; business succession planning; international transactions and ATO audits, rulings and objections.

Greg also regularly prepares and presents papers on various tax issues for The Tax Institute and the Institute of Chartered Accountants as well as other organisations and companies.

Greg was a finalist in the Tax Institute’s inaugural Tax Advisor of the Year Awards for 2014. He is also the author of the recently published book The Tax Advisors Guide to Part IVA, a practical guide to the tax general anti-avoidance rule.

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Employee Share Schemes: More Attractive from July 2015
26 March 2015 @ 12:30 PM - 26 March 2015 @ 02:30 PM

For many companies in Australia, Employee Shares and Options Schemes (a long-favoured model of large multinationals) have been a minefield of complexity since 2009. Whilst the idea of attracting and retaining high performers with offers of equity to supplement their cash remuneration is genuinely appealing, the tax regime in Australia in recent years has discouraged…

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Preparing to Buy or Sell a Business. Strategies to Achieve a Win-Win
20 May 2014 @ 07:30 AM - 20 May 2014 @ 09:15 AM

THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT Whether you are buying or selling a business, the key to ensuring the most successful outcome lies in the planning and preparation. Having the right information to hand, planning your approach, thinking about what you need from the transaction and what the ideal outcome would be for you can make…

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