STEP Australia Conference Presentation | Professor John Glover on "Trusts at the intersection of tax and criminal laws: "unexplained wealth" and the "effective control" of trusts"

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About this Seminar

This presentation was filmed on the 16 May 2019 at the STEP Australia Conference. The duration of the presentation is 50 minutes.


"Unexplained wealth" amendments made to the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (Cwth) are designed to enable Commonwealth authorities to "target upper-echelon crime figures that derive the greatest financial benefit from offences" but who are "not linked by evidence to the commission of an offence”.

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