Darryl is a Director within Pitcher Partners Taxation Services Team. Darryl has over 30 years experience working with a range of organisations, including the Australian Customs Service, a top-tier accounting firm, as well as managing his own consulting business.
Darryl is an expert in International Trade, Customs, Free Trade Agreements, Fuel Tax Credits and various other areas of indirect tax and government incentives. He has managed Australian Industry Participation Plans, Customs and Fuel Tax issues for some of the largest mining, infrastructure, and resource processing projects across Australia, delivering savings sometimes in excess of $20m.
Darryl has been on the Association of Mining and Exploration Companies’ (AMEC) Corporate Regulation and Taxation Committee since 1999 and currently represents AMEC on the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) – Fuel Schemes Advisory Forum, the key industry forum influencing the administration of the Federal Fuel Schemes. Darryl was the chairman of Western Australia’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry International Trade Committee between 2008 and 2015.
- Mining & Resources
- Mining Services
Memberships & Qualifications
- Bachelor of Social Sciences (Politics and History)
- Tax Practitioners Board
- Committee member of AMEC Corporate Regulation and Taxation Committee
- Committee member of Fuel Schemes Stakeholder Group
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