Tax issues in M&A transactions: part 2
Tax issues in M&A transactions: part 1
In the first of a two-part series further exploring M&A and related tax issues, Frank Hinoporos and Michael Parker consider the key things clients need to ‘get their house in order’ from a tax perspective before embarking on an M&A deal. This includes managing tax issues before entering into a ‘terms sheet’, the pre sale restructuring risks that need to be managed, and practical strategies to address the historic tax exposures or risks identified during the due diligence process.
Update on section 100A and Guardian AIT decision
Demystifying the M&A process: part 2
Demystifying the M&A process: part 1
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Frank Hinoporos the Hall & Wilcox Tax team. He advises on direct taxes, international structuring and taxation disputes.
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Special Counsel & Frank Lab Co-Lead
James has 10 years' experience as a corporate & commercial lawyer working across a broad range of commercial transactions.
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Todd is a taxation lawyer with experience in charity law, general commercial matters, trust law and estate planning.
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