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SMSF Webinar | The focus on SMSF borrowing

SMSF webinar

The topic of SMSF limited recourse borrowing arrangements is capturing the attention of the financial services industry and appears to a driver in the current growth of self-managed super funds.

This interest certainly hasn’t gone unnoticed by the Regulators, with both Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) and Australian Taxation Office (ATO) also playing a role in much of the recent discussion on the topic within the industry.

As a key topic of interest, the upcoming SMSF webinar is the first of a two-part series looking at the key issues using SMSF limited recourse borrowing.  The first SMSF webinar will be focusing on the key elements in structuring limited recourse borrowing arrangements and having a clear understanding of the concepts and latest intelligence with this strategy.  The second part of this series to be held in early November will look at the important issues of managing risk when undertaking a limited recourse borrowing arrangement.

SMSF Webinar details:

  • Date: Thursday, 10 October 2013
  • Time: 12pm, AEDST
  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Cost: $99 (incl. GST)

For further information, please visit the SMSF Limited Recourse Borrowing event page.

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3 thoughts on “SMSF Webinar | The focus on SMSF borrowing

  1. HI Aaron

    I was just waiting for this topic, I discussed a question with you as well on the same topic with internal lending and offset account. I hope to get my answer in the webinar.

    Regards

    Ravi

  2. In the SMSF Borrowing Webinar in response from a question a listener it was concluded that the SMSF can hold the tenant’s rental bond. My question is could the holding of the bond ever be considered to be “loan” to the SMSF (advance of money with liability to pay it back in the future) and therefore be a breach of s67 SIS regards fund borrowing ?

  3. Hi Aaron,

    During this webinar you mentioned on slide 8 ” Structuring considerations”, that multiple loans can be used to acquire a property. Does the 2nd loan have to be registered or can it be unsecured?

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