RSM Global

Rob Mander
International Tax Services


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Biography

Rob is a Consultant  in our Tax Services division in Sydney.

With over 20 years' tax experience, Rob joined RSM after working as a tax consultant and manager for Coopers and Lybrand (now PwC) in London, UK.

Rob works extensively with international clients based in Australia, the Asia Pacific region, Europe and the Americas, and is the head of the International Tax Executive Committee of RSM. This provides him with access to the latest developments in international tax and provides the firm with access to a coordinated and effective international tax group that looks after the cross border interests of our internationally focused clients.

SOLUTIONS ROB PROVIDES

Rob is committed to providing the best tax solutions to clients, specialising in the areas of:

  • transfer pricing
  • tax structuring
  • inbound and outbound investment
  • tax efficient financing
  • asset ownership planning
  • FBT, GST, and capital gains tax

Rob is responsible for providing tax consulting and compliance services to clients from a wide variety of industries, including professional services, distribution, software, technology, water, transport, infrastructure and property.

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

  • The Tax Institute, Australia
  • Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
  • The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor of Law (Cambridge University)
Publications

BEPS and beyond: tax issues to watch out for

16 November 2017
When it comes to tax affairs, the biggest fear among clients is of committing an offence by accident. This article outlines a number of key tax areas to watch out for, including BEPS, US tax reform and the Paradise Papers. 

Mapping out your approach to BEPS

16 October 2017
A guest blog by Rob Mander, International Tax Services, RSM . The international tax systems of the last decade haven’t kept up with the changing nature and pace of multinational groups of companies. In a world where so much business is conducted across borders, it is important that legislation and, more specifically, tax authorities have sufficient sight of the global allocation of income within multinational organisations.