Vicki Ammundsen is a partner at Ayres Legal and the author of a number of books on tax and trust related topics.
Admitted to the Bar in 1998, Vicki's qualifications include:
- LLB (University of Auckland)
- Bcom (University of Auckland)
- BSc (University of Otago)
Drawing on her day-to-day experience as a trust lawyer in general practice Vicki is able to explain, educate and train her audience.
Vicki has presented a number of successful webinars and seminars on topics including:
- Tax Perils for Trusts with non-resident settlors, trustees or beneficiaries
- Trust Fundamentals
- Taxation of Trusts
- Current Trust Issues
- Trustee Liability
- Variation of Trusts
- Beneficiary rights
- Winding up a trust
Industry Expertise (6)
Training and Development
Professional Training and Coaching
Areas of Expertise (3)
Asset and Estate Planning
Cross Border Asset Planning
The Use and Abuse of Trusts
Australian GST for New Zealand businesses (professional)
A guide for New Zealand businesses and their advisers who do business in Australia.
Trustee's Handbook (ed 3) (professional)
Published by CCH New Zealand Limited, this book provides trustees with checklists and precedent resolutions for a range of matters that trustees deal with on a regular basis.
Taxation of Trusts (ed 2) (professional)
Published by CCH New Zealand Limited. Taxation of Trusts is an essential guide that provides a comprehensive overview as to how New Zealand tax laws apply to settlors, trustees and beneficiaries.
University of Otago: BSc, Human Nutrition and Biochemistry 1987
University of Auckland: LLB, Law 1997
Universtity of Auckland: BCom, Management and Marketing 1990
- Auckland District Law Society
- New Zealand Law Society
Sample Talks (1)
There is no special status at law that attaches to acting as a trustee such that personal liability can be avoided. Accordingly, unless liability is limited, a trustee is personally liable for any debt incurred when acting as a trustee. Today's presentation will consider where trustee liability arises and what trustees can do to avoid liability.
- Author Appearance