The CCIV Corporate Director Video. The Corporate Director’s role in Australia’s new CCIV framework is central to the new legislation. There are many aspects to the role. I have set out 25 comments about this role in this YouTube video. Watching it you will get a good overview of the role, and its responsibilities.
New CCIV Tax Video! In a short 6-minute presentation Paul Niederer outlines the known taxation situation with CCIVs or the new Australian Corporate Collective Investment Vehicle. After a general overview, 6 points are covered. Alignment with existing AMIT tax regime A Sub-fund is deemed to be a unit-trust A CCIV is not required to be […]
This is a 5 minute video overview of the new Australian Investment Vehicle called a CCIV. From July 1 2022 Australia gained a new investment structure exists. Your own Investment Company! A CCIV new entity type is limited by shares. A CCIV is a single legal entity and must have at least one sub-fund. Sub-funds […]
What is a CCIV? The simple answer is it is a new corporate form. The letters CCIV stand for Corporate Collective Investment Vehicle. To define it fully in a sentence is not easy. That is why the following bullet points fully outline What a CCIV is. If a sentence had to be written I suggest […]
CCIVs and AFSLs. Corporate Collective Investment Vehicles & Australian Financial Services Licenses What are the AFSL requirements for operating a CCIV? Financial services may be provided by the corporate director or the CCIV itself (being a legal entity). A Corporate Director will be required to hold an AFSL. This combination authorises the Corporate Director to […]
How did CCIVs get here? It’s a two-decade journey! The UK has had the umbrella structure for 10 years now is the time for Australia to get a similar structure. For the United Kingdom, like Australia, at that time “unit trusts” were the accepted investment vehicles. The UK government were requested to introduce a corporate […]