Chris Jordan AO, Commissioner of Taxation, Australian Taxation Office, addressed a private CEO Boardroom Lunch for 20 senior business executives in an interactive discussion on, “Reinventing the ATO”. This lunch was proudly sponsored by Nous Group and Verint Systems.
As our nation’s principal revenue collection agency, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) also delivers social and economic benefit and incentive programs. It administers parts of the superannuation system, acts as custodian of the Australian Business Register and manages the Australian Valuation Office. With the growing impact of technology and the globalisation of economies, the ATO must work tirelessly to safeguard these responsibilities for the future success of our nation.
Chris Jordan AO was appointed Commissioner of Taxation in January 2013. As custodian of Australia’s revenue, Chris is on a mission to Reinvent the ATO.
Chris has broad and lengthy experience in tax policy and law development and implementation, having held roles in the private sector and as an advisor to both Labor and Coalition governments.
He was the Chair of the Board of Taxation and a member of the Board since its inception in 2000. Chris also served as Chair of the Business Tax Working Group and as Chair of the New Tax System Advisory Board. He was also a member of the group that consulted with the mining industry about the resource rent tax.
From 1995 to 2000, Chris was Partner in Charge of the New South Wales Tax and Legal Division of KPMG and from 2001 to 2012 was Chairman of Partners for KPMG New South Wales.
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