FinTech Australia in partnership with Grant Thornton, in the lead up to Intersekt Festival Australia’s first FinTech Festival, are hosting a series of evening events around Australia to help you understand how to make the most of Australia’s tax incentive programs, aimed at FinTech organisations.
At this seminar, our experts will cover:
- Advantages of Research & Development (R&D) Tax incentives (companies are eligible for more than they think)
- Alternative options to working capital
- Sukvinder Heyer, Grant Thornton (Syd & Mel)
- Steve Andreazza, Grant Thornton (Adel, Per, Bris)
- David Weir, Radium Capital
Presentations will be followed by a panel Q&A.
Sessions in the following cities:
- Melbourne: Tuesday, 12 September
- Perth: Tuesday, 19 September
- Adelaide:, Wednesday, 20 September
- Sydney: Wednesday, 27 September
- Brisbane: Thursday, 28 September
- Arrive at 5:15pm for a 5:30pm start
- Invitation includes complimentary drinks & canapes
- Event will conclude by 8:00pm
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About FinTech Australia
FinTech Australia is the leading national, not-for-profit organisation representing members from the Fintech Startup Community – Startups, Hubs, Accelerators and VCs.
Working closely with all government bodies, regulators and corporations we exist to advocate on behalf of our members. Together we challenge existing structures to drive policy reform, produce research that promotes best practice and connect all parts of the financial technology eco-system – both within Australia and globally.
About Grant Thornton
Grant Thornton is one of the world’s leading organisations of independent assurance, tax and advisory firms. With more than 1,200 people working in offices in Adelaide, Brisbane, Cairns, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney, we combine service breadth, depth of expertise and industry insight with an approachable “client first” mindset and a broad commercial perspective.
Radium is an innovative way to access funding for Australian businesses. Working directly with leading accounting firms, Radium provides quarterly advances against expected R&D refunds on a quarterly basis. Radium gives Australian businesses the opportunity to achieve success sooner by freeing up working capital to re-invest in R&D programs or growing the business.