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Allan Bullot

Deloitte New Zealand

80 Queen Street, Levels 13-18

Auckland 1010

New Zealand

Tel: +64 9 303 0732

Email: abullot@deloitte.co.nz

Website: www.deloitte.com

Allan Bullot, partner at Deloitte New Zealand, is widely recognised as one of New Zealand's top goods and services tax (GST) advisers. He has more than 20 years of tax experience, more than 15 of which he worked exclusively in GST in both New Zealand and Canada. Allan heads the largest dedicated partner-led GST team in New Zealand.

Allan has advised on GST issues for all major areas of the New Zealand economy, including tourism, manufacturing, retail, healthcare, property, telecommunications and the public sector. He has a particular interest in the financial services sector and has acted as a trusted adviser to many of the biggest organisations in New Zealand financial services. He is heavily involved in drafting submissions to Inland Revenue policy officials relating to many GST issues.

Allan is a joint presenter of the GST course as part of the master's of taxation studies at the University of Auckland and is a frequent presenter on GST issues at national and international conferences.

Allan is listed in both the Guide to the World's Leading Tax Advisers and World Tax as a leading tax adviser. World Tax 2013 commented: "The (Deloitte) team's expertise in indirect taxation matters is exceptional. Allan Bullot is highly regarded by his peers as a leader in this area". Deloitte New Zealand was also named the New Zealand Indirect Tax Firm of the Year in 2009, which was the last time that this was awarded in New Zealand.

Allan is a chartered accountant. He earned his BCOM/LLB(Hons) from Auckland University.

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Jeanne Du Buisson

Deloitte New Zealand

80 Queen Street, Levels 13-18

Auckland 1010

New Zealand

Tel: +64 9 303 0805

Email: jedubuisson@deloitte.co.nz

Website: www.deloitte.co.nz

Jeanne Du Buisson, Deloitte New Zealand, has a passion for indirect taxes; specifically GST, VAT and customs and has more than 15 years' indirect tax experience serving both local and multinational companies in New Zealand and across the world.

Jeanne has worked in a number of tax jurisdictions advising a wide range of multinational companies. He has been involved in indirect tax consultancy and planning services and has advised multinational groups on structuring their operations across the world.

Jeanne is the joint presenter of the NZ Inland Revenue GST training course and has also presented at various external indirect tax update sessions.

Jeanne worked for the South African Revenue Service for two and a half years and has been with Deloitte since 2000, moving to New Zealand in 2007.

Jeanne has a bachelor of commerce degree in accounting, tax and auditing and a higher diploma in tax law.

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