Alexis has over 25 years’ experience providing taxation advice to a large number of corporate clients. He leads the Pitcher Partners’ national association’s Tax Technical division and is heavily involved in consultations with the Australian Taxation Office and the Federal Treasury.
With expertise in finance, investment and trust provisions relating to MITs, corporate taxation issues particularly relating to large corporate entities tax consolidation, Division 7A and Exempt Entities, Alexis is frequently sought out as a guest speaker and advisor.
Alexis is the Chair of CPA Australia’s Taxation Centre of Excellence, and a member of the Tax office’s National Tax Liaison Group (NTLG). He is a prior member of the Board of Taxation Advisory Panel, which has reviewed and provided advice to the Government on the new Managed Investment Trust Regime, the Collective Investment Vehicle Regime, the review of the Trust Provisions, the Tax Consolidation Regime review (including the Rights to Future Income interim review) and more recently the review of Division 7A.
Alexis originally joined Pitcher Partners in 1995. He deepened his expertise with a Big Four accounting practice, where he was a partner specialising in corporate taxation issues focusing on finance and investment and tax consolidation. Upon re-joining Pitcher Partners, Alexis became a partner of the Melbourne firm in 2010.
Memberships and qualifications
- Bachelor of Business (Accounting) (RMIT University)
- Member and Chair of the CPA Australia Taxation Centre of Excellence
- Fellow of the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ)
- Affiliate of the Taxation Institute of Australia