Paul Korganow has over 14 years of experience advising on the international tax aspects of inbound and outbound investment in Australia. He advises on the domestic tax issues associated with inbound/outbound acquisitions, such as the impact of the Australian tax consolidation regime, the thin capitalisation rules and the debt/equity rules.
Mathew Nelson is a Partner of Ernst & Young in Melbourne and the Oceania Climate Change and Sustainability Services Leader. Mathew has extensive experience in climate change and sustainability strategy advice and assurance, as well as assisting Government in developing policies including the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting System and the previously proposed Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme.
Prior to joining Ernst & Young, Mathew worked as an environmental management consultant in the areas of sustainability consulting, triple bottom line strategy development and energy utilisation. Mathew is a qualified Mechanical Engineer, has a Masters of Environment and is a certified lead auditor under the NSW Greenhouse Gas Abatement Scheme and registered auditor under the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting System.
Matthew Honey is a partner in Financial Accounting Advisory Services at Ernst & Young. He has 14 years of external audit, IFRS financial reporting advisory and transaction advisory experience. He also has significant experience providing advice on accounting for the implications of a carbon market in Australia and New Zealand and has provided assurance services over liable entities' emissions reporting.
Vincent Sheehan is a partner in Financial Accounting Advisory Services at Ernst & Young. He is responsible for the provision of technical advice, interpretation of accounting pronouncements, the preparation and communication of accounting guidance to Audit and Assurance professionals and the development of technical training courses.
Vincent has advised various ASX200 organisations on the accounting treatment for transactions and has been responsible for audits of major listed companies and advised on tax-effect accounting, off-balance sheet financing, and determination of control, lease clarification, foreign currency treatment, securitisation and overseas GAAP differences.
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