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Acquisitions will be prohibited if they are found to be contrary to the Australian national interest. Foreign government investors including sovereign wealth funds, government pension funds and other government controlled institutions face even more strenuous FIRB notification and approval requirements.
Our FIRB legal team draws on expertise in resources, food and agribusiness, mergers and acquisitions, property, finance and taxation to provide practical FIRB advice and assistance. We deal regularly with FIRB in gaining approval for foreign investment and this close contact provides us with a detailed understanding of how the complex rules and regulations are applied in practice. We continue to stay at the forefront of developments and government policy so that we can advise our clients on the current law and policy, as well as the prospects for change that may impact on proposed investments.
Our expertise and current experience means we are across these issues and ensures your application has the best chance of success within the existing legal and policy framework. Obtained numerous FIRB approvals for the acquisition of both development sites and established facilities.
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Foreign owners of Australian residential real estate must lodge an Annual vacancy fee return , declaring the use of their property in the previous 12 month period known as the vacancy year. Complete an annual vacancy fee return if you are a foreign person who has settled on your property acquisition and:. Collate your report, which includes all of the information requested in the New Dwelling Exemption Certificate Report , and send to:. Pre-1 December advanced-off-the-plan reports should continue to be provided to firbcompliance treasury.
Business or non-residential real estate Reports should be provided to firbcompliance treasury. Complete an annual vacancy fee return if you are a foreign person who has settled on your property acquisition and: made a foreign investment application for residential property after 7.
To date, the ATO has not applied any civil or criminal penalties for breaches of the foreign investment regime. No comment or explanation was provided for this failure to seek to recover capital gains made on illegally purchased property. While the Committee understands the lengthy nature of the litigation progress, especially in relation to criminal prosecutions, it considers that this is an area which could enhance public confidence in the residential property foreign ownership regime.
The Committee recommends that the Australian Taxation Office prioritise and improve processes around:. And report back to the Committee on its progress on these matters by the end of October This information should be accessible by relevant agencies from a single database. The ANAO noted that the National Land Register includes information on agricultural land, water access rights, and residential real estate.
The registration of agricultural land and water access rights is required under legislation and the ATO undertook a stocktake of foreign owned agricultural properties. The Federal Government introduced legislation to amend reporting arrangements and expand the data being collected for the residential land register. The legislation was implemented on 1 July , however at that time the states and territories with the exception of New South Wales had not passed the associated legislative changes to support these new reporting arrangements.
By February all states and the Australian Capital Territory were in a position to provide the Federal Government with property transfer information that included relevant foreign identity data. The ANAO noted, however, that the provision of foreign identity data in property transfer reports is optional. The online form for self-registration was available to foreign investors from 1 July The ANAO compared the numbers of self-registrations with the number of foreign investors who had gained approval to invest in residential real estate.
The ANAO found that between July and December there were self-registrations while, between July and December , there were 35 foreign investment approvals for residential real estate. In addition, the ATO noted that meaningful comparison between self-registrations and approvals was also hampered by the settlement periods for off-the-plan purchases that often occur years after approval is granted.
Further, in order to mitigate the risk of under registration through the self-registration process, the ATO has done extensive data matching manually using State and Territory property information. This was done in order to fill the land register with information before automation of the process commenced.
Applicants can have multiple approvals for property as well, though the introduction of fees associated with FIRB applications has reduced this practice. I don't think we can give you with any precision the exact gap between actual investment and approval rates, and that is a good reason that the government is putting in the register, so that we have a much clearer sense of actual investment as opposed to approval data. That register is an important remedy to fix that issue of not having clarity around what the actual investment is.
I think what we were trying to do with the analysis was put that together with the other pieces of evidence within the chapter…which was simply that they [the ATO] face considerable challenges in populating the register with reliable data. I certainly wouldn't say that 7. Once information from State and Territory governments has been standardised in , the ATO intends to report annually on the Register.
At the time of providing their supplementary submission, the ATO stated that both South Australia and Western Australia had not passed legislation to collect foreign ownership information during residential property transactions. In Western Australia the legislation is being drafted.
The Northern Territory will not be collecting foreign identifier data, as it did not agree to participate in the National Register of Foreign Ownership of Land Titles project. The ATO continues to use alternative methods of data matching and self-registration in order to populate the Register with relevant foreign ownership data from these States and Territories. This process will become more efficient over time as the states and territories all start to collect and remit foreign identity information.
Mr Konza pointed out that the computer programing and procedural changes as well as education needed to address the changes in FATA have slowed the process of gaining data from the States and Territories. He also made note that foreign purchases of residential real estate make up a very small portion of property purchases and were perhaps not a high priority for these governments. This is why voluntary self-registration is so important to populating the Register.
Despite difficulties in populating the Register, the ATO is on track to prepare a report to the Federal Government on this issue in the first quarter of Ms Robinson of the Treasury clarified that due to differences in the levels of information available from different jurisdictions, the Report will only be based on data from onwards. The ATO does not currently have a compliance and enforcement strategy for foreign investment in residential real estate; however it does have a documented risk assessment and corresponding risk treatment plan which were completed in December The ANAO recommended that the ATO implement a compliance and enforcement strategy, drawing upon their existing risk assessment and treatment documentation for foreign investors in residential real estate.
The ATO agreed with the recommendation as discussed further below. The risk assessment outlined the types of controls the ATO used to mitigate, detect and prevent risks relating to foreign investment. Examples of these controls were Preventative: self-disclosure, a dedicated telephone helpline, education and information activities, a new penalty regime, intermediary and other third party involvement.
Mitigative: legislative changes to the Act, reduced application processing times. Detective: A community referral telephone line, case selection through data matching, compliance activities However, the ANAO felt the effectiveness of the detective and mitigative controls was overstated, due to the data matching program being in its early stages and that the ATO had not properly addressed the risks posed by the intermediary community.
The intermediary community can refer to those that are authorised to deal with the ATO on behalf of clients for FATA purposes, or even those that engage with foreign investors during the marketing process for their business activities. These two groups are particularly important due to the roles they play in the sale of properties to foreign investors.
There are specific real estate practices which target foreign property purchasers and conveyancers play a vital role in recording data correctly. There was interest at public hearings about the duties on intermediaries to report clients who they believe or suspect are engaged in breaches of the foreign investment regime.
Ms Robinson of the Treasury confirmed that there was no positive obligation on the intermediary community to report their clients for suspected breaches of FATA, but there are penalties for intermediaries who facilitate non-compliance.
Mr Konza was not aware of any particular obligations of intermediaries to report their clients for breaching of foreign investment obligations. The obligation falls on the purchaser and then they owe professional obligations to their client to ensure that they don't lead their client into breaking the law. So they have a secondary responsibility. Ms Robinson of the Treasury added that the reforms that were introduced in strengthened the regulation of investment in real estate.
She noted that there are other government agencies who are investigating intermediary obligations through the anti-money laundering regime. She added further that reforms in this area may be taken into account as FATA is modernised in the future.
Mr Konza stated there is regulation against assisting a client in the avoidance of foreign investment obligations but creating a law requiring a positive obligation on intermediaries to report their clients would be a matter for government to legislate on.
In response to questions asked on notice, the ATO reported that since May , 1, referrals have been received from the broader community. Community referrals are largely provided anonymously and the ATO does not keep information about the source of these referrals. Although there is some anecdotal evidence of referrals coming from the intermediary community, the ATO stated that referrals often relate to neighbouring properties where members of the community have suspicions about a potential breach of the FATA after an auction or purchase.
In September , the ATO developed a communication strategy for foreign investment in both residential and agricultural real estate which targets foreign investors and the intermediary community through a variety of methods. These include:. Other specialist channels The ATO has webpages that provide information about the obligations of foreign investors under the Act both before and after the purchase, as well as changes of circumstances and what to do in the case of a breach. The ATO also has webpages primarily aimed at the intermediary community that were used to provide information about foreign investment obligations.
These have not been used since early At the time of changes in the foreign investment regime, the ATO used a variety of social media platforms to provide information about the changes. However, since the ATO has not used social media posts in relation to this matter. The ANAO suggested that the ATO would benefit from undertaking a broader evaluation of their communication program regarding residential foreign investment.
The ATO contends that it has undertaken significant work to identify the risks associated with foreign investment into residential real estate and has developed treatment plans for those risks. Since the ATO was delegated the responsibility for foreign investment in residential real estate, the following compliance actions have occurred:.
Working with the Australian Government Solicitor and other external counsel, a litigation program has been established in order to apply civil and criminal penalties for investors in breach Consulting with the Department of Treasury and other key stakeholders. These activities will be monitored to assess their effectiveness It has published guidance about new vacancy fees for foreign ownership on its website, supported by social media posts and live webinars.
It has also started a large education campaign targeting intermediaries with both in person and telephone meetings to update them on the FIRB processes It found that while the ATO had established a data matching program to find non-compliance, more work was required as the program had not addressed all of the key compliance risks. Mr Konza of the ATO stated that when the ATO received the functions of the foreign investment regime, they also received the agricultural land register and water rights register, which had created a huge amount of work for the Department.
He said:. But there were a tremendous number of applications received when the new regime came in… so we had to put on a workforce and create processes to properly screen those. Foreign investment in residential real estate screening was delegated to the ATO in December The ANAO did not include a review of these screening processes as a part of the audit.
Self-disclosure — notifications from property purchasers who have breached FATA. Community referral — notifications from the public of suspected breaches. Other referral — notifications from other external and internal ATO sources, such as ATO business lines, local and State government officials and other government departments. Screening infringement — notifications from foreign investors who advise the ATO they have entered into unconditional contracts prior to seeking approval.
Mr Konza stated that the data-matching process is currently manual but there are plans to automate it in the future. The ATO is developing data-matching rules in order to detect non-compliance and has identified 32 potential rules which are currently in varying stages of development. Of these, there are nine rules under development to detect serious compliance risks.
The ATO advised in April that it would assess the likely magnitude of non-compliance when it had finished implementation and there was a reliable data set to draw from. Mr Konza said the ATO could not provide an estimate when it would be able to determine the level of non-compliance with the foreign investment regime. The Auditor-General stated it would take another few years before the ATO could provide accurate estimates of non-compliance.
The Australian Taxation Office prioritises developing and finalising data matching rules to address key compliance risks to foreign investment in residential real estate. It identified that the issue going forward for the ATO will be dealing with more serious, wilful non-compliance, and the imposition of civil and criminal penalties.
Changes to Australia's foreign investment rules should not inflame tensions with China, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has said while unveiling a sweeping overhaul aimed at protecting Australia's national security. Under the new plan, the Foreign Investment Review Board FIRB would have to approve all investments in a "sensitive national security business", regardless of the value of the deal.
That could apply to businesses in communications, technology, energy and major infrastructure such as ports and defence contractors. Asked whether the changes to foreign investment rules would add to tensions with China, Mr Morrison said the new rules were formulated based on Australia's national interest.
The Government wants the new system in force by January 1, , to address what FIRB described as the "increasing risks to the national interest". There is a lower threshold for purchase of agricultural land and all investments by foreign governments require approval regardless of value.
The proposed changes would see the threshold changed from monetary value to the nature of the business, reflecting the importance of some smaller firms, particularly in the technology sector. The Treasurer would also have "call in" powers to assess an investment before, during, or after an acquisition, as well as the power to order a divestment if national security risks emerge after an investment is approved.
For example, a foreign company investing in a small defence equipment manufacturer in Australia does not currently need FIRB approval, but would under the proposed regime. Likewise, a technology security start-up that gets foreign backing in its early days could be re-assessed by FIRB if it grows in importance, while the current laws have no provision for that.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said the changes were necessary to respond to a changing world. Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton said the changes were important, given Australia was "seeing more foreign interference than we've ever seen before".
When asked if the changes were aimed at Chinese investments, Mr Dutton said the new rules would be "country agnostic". Shadow Treasurer Jim Chalmers indicated the Federal Opposition may support the Government's efforts to get the legislation through Parliament by the end of the year. In March, the Federal Government made temporary changes forcing all foreign investments to get FIRB approval, regardless of value or business type.
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