Exposure to withholding taxes and exposure under FASB Interpretation No. 48, Accounting for Uncertainty in Income Taxes (FIN 48), are growing concerns for hedge funds investing in foreign securities. Australia and Mexico, along with other countries, have issued pronouncements on taxation of capital gains for non-residents. However, certain methods can be useful for funds to avoid or reduce exposure to withholding taxes. In this guest three-part series, Harold Adrion of EisnerAmper discusses hedge fund exposure to foreign withholding taxes and FIN 48. This third article explores developments in Australia and Mexico, as well as how hedge funds can minimize exposure to withholding taxes. The first article explained Fin 48 and considered E.U. developments regarding free movement of capital and its impact on funds. The second article addressed the limited exemption to capital gains taxation of non-residents announced by China and other issues for non-resident investors. For more on Australian tax issues, see “What Hedge Funds Need to Know About Tax Relief Under the New Australian Investment Manager Regime” (Jun. 11, 2015). For further insight from EisnerAmper professionals, see our two-part series on “How Can Hedge Fund Managers Structure, Negotiate and Implement Expense Caps to Amplify Capital Raising Efforts?”: Part One (Jun. 20, 2013); and Part Two (Jun. 27, 2013).