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Elizma Bolt

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Deloitte Australia

Grosvenor Place

225 George Street

Sydney NSW 2000

Australia


Tel: +61 2 9322 7614

Fax: +61 2 9322 7001

Email: ebolt@deloitte.com.au

Website: www.deloitte.com

Elizma Bolt, Deloitte Australia, is a senior partner with more than 24 years of experience at the professional services firm. She specialises in advising her clients on tax matters relating to their engagement with workers. Elizma works across all industries and sectors of business, government (both federal and state) and the not-for-profit sector. Elizma holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Pretoria, a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Pretoria, and a higher diploma in tax from Rand Afrikaans University.

As the lead partner responsible for Deloitte's national employment taxes practice, Elizma has extensive experience in fringe benefits tax, salary packaging, pay-as-you-earn, payroll tax, superannuation guarantee and workers' compensation services. Elizma provides her clients with insights on the interaction between FBT and the goods and services tax, employment taxes reviews, prudential pre-audit reviews, contractor reviews, due diligence related work, remuneration strategy development and planning opportunities. Elizma also leads the business in applying data-analytical methodologies to complex employment tax problems, superannuation remediation projects and the payroll tax treatment of employee share schemes.

Elizma is also a director of Fitness Australia, where she serves on the nomination and remuneration as well as the audit and risk subcommittees. Elizma's passion extends across leadership, developing people, talent management, and assisting business with strategy development and execution specifically as it relates to their workforce.

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Deloitte Australia

Grosvenor Place

225 George St

Sydney NSW 2000

Australia


Tel: +61 2 9322 7599

Email: trens@deloitte.com.au

Website: www.deloitte.com

Tracey Rens, Deloitte Australia, is a business tax partner in Sydney with more than 20 years of cross-border M&A, international structuring, and advisory experience. She is the Sydney leader of the business tax advisory group.

Tracey provides tax compliance services and advice on all major areas of Australian tax including capital gains tax issues relating to acquisitions, divestments and restructures, loss management and integrity issues, capital allowance provisions, repatriation matters, tax consolidation, and tax effect accounting and reporting. Tracey was previously in the international and M&A group and was the lead tax adviser on numerous initial public offerings, acquisitions of mining and mining services companies and divestments.

Tracey advises clients mainly in the energy and resources sector based in New South Wales, including mining companies and mining services companies and suppliers to companies in these sectors. She also provides tax services to clients in the technology and tourism and leisure sectors.

Tracey is currently the vice president of The Tax Institute and a member of various education, technical, and membership committees of The Tax Institute.

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