Australia

Details

  • Service: Tax, Advisory, Private Enterprise, Topics, Federal Budget
  • Industry: Energy & Natural Resources, Financial Services, Healthcare
  • Type: Press release
  • Date: 1/05/2012

Media contacts

Media contacts
Journalists looking for comment on a particular subject or sector can contact KPMG's media team.

KPMG Federal Budget media contacts 

1 May 2012 - KPMG will be covering the implications of the Australian Government's 2012-13 Budget for business, with particular focus on: tax, energy and natural resources, financial services, healthcare and general economics.

The following KPMG Partners are available for media comment:

 

Partner

Subject

Rosheen Garnon, National Managing Partner for Tax
Carl Dilena, Tax Partner
David Linke, Tax Partner

Corporate tax/general overview and observations

Jeremy Hirschhorn – Tax (Financial Services) Partner

Financial Services (including Superannuation)

Rod Henderson, ENR Tax Partner
James Macky, ENR Tax Partner

Energy and Natural Resources (ENR)

David Gelb, National R&D Tax Partner

Research and Development (R&D)

Phil Renshaw, Tax Partner

Fuel Excise

Andy Hutt, Tax Partner

Personal tax and Fringe Benefit Tax (FBT)

Dermot Gaffney, Tax Partner

Indirect tax

Grant Wardell Johnson, Tax Partner

Tax implications for any climate change announcements

Steve Economides, Tax Partner

Tax implications for any infrastructure announcements

Brent Murphy, Private Enterprise Tax Partner

Private Enterprise/Middle Market/Small to Medium Enterprises

Henry Cutler, Director of Health Economics

Healthcare and health economics

Julian Vella, Head of Infrastructure

Infrastructure

Nicki Hutley, Director of Economics
Ashley Winston, Director of Economics

Economic analysis

 


Media contacts

 

Contact

Subject

Natalie Causley
ncausley@kpmg.com.au
0410 838 914

Tax, ENR and Private Enterprise

Meshlin Khouri
0401 712 658
mkhouri@kpmg.com.au

Healthcare and health economics

Tania Alexander
talexander1@kpmg.com.au
0432 758 401

Infrastructure/Economic analysis

 

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