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Amelia O'Rourke

Deloitte

Grosvenor Place

225 George Street

Sydney NSW 2000

Australia

Direct: +61 2 9322 7339

Email: aorourke@deloitte.com.au

Website: www.deloitte.com.au

Amelia O'Rourke is a director in Deloitte Australia's indirect tax practice in Sydney. She has almost 20 years of experience in advising on indirect taxes and has held a variety of consulting, corporate and government roles over the course of her career.

Amelia advises large corporate clients on all aspects of GST across a range of industry sectors. She is particularly recognised for her depth of expertise in financial services, having previously worked for five years as an in-house GST adviser for two of Australia's largest financial institutions.

Amelia has extensive experience in interactions with revenue authorities, including audit defence and dispute resolution, and is regularly consulted by the Commissioner of Taxation on GST technical matters.

Amelia began her career in the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) and was a member of the original team that designed and drafted Australia's GST legislation. She has performed the role of assistant commissioner responsible for liaison between the ATO, Treasury and the Australian Parliament and has also worked in the Assistant Treasurer's office and in the Treasury's indirect tax policy group.

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