Superannuation: Rules for Property Investments: CPD
An insightful presentation on Superannuation’s rules around property investments
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Hugh Taylor’s presentation Superannuation: Rules of Property Investments highlights the key problems that an investor should consider in relation to property. He summarises these around three key areas:
- Limited Recourse Lending Arrangements [LRBA];
- Breach of Acquisition of Asset from Related Parties; and
- Compliance with SISR r 13.22.
As well as highlighting these problems Hugh Taylor discusses some potential outcomes in relations to unit trusts.
The presentation consists of the talk; downloadable questions and answers and transcript; links to further reading. Time to complete: 1 hour. The presentation may be started and stopped to suit your convenience. It will pick up where you left off.
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