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How to overcome the common tax pitfalls of carve-outs

ITR and professional services firm TMF Group will host a webinar on July 16 on the tax dimensions of carve-outs, discussing how professionals can plan to successfully implement them in a cross-border setting.

Carve-outs have become increasingly popular among global dealmakers, with a threefold increase in volume since 2016. Post COVID-19, this impetus should continue as a mixture of pent-up demand, distressed and non-core assets, and lower valuations that lure cash-rich private equity firms and corporates back to the deal table.

But what about the accounting and tax aspects of carve-outs?

During this webinar, Emine Constantin, TMF Group’s head of accounting and tax, will tackle the common accounting and tax pitfalls in a carve-out such as:

• Set-up of tax structures: tax registrations and administrative processes;
• Impact on the cost of compliance; and
• Tax compliance processes: main items to be considered.

Broadcast live at 13:30 GMT / 8.30 EDT on Thursday, July 16 2020. Register your place today.
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    Carve-outs have become increasingly popular among global dealmakers, with a threefold increase in volume since 2016. Post COVID-19, this impetus should continue as a mixture of pent-up demand, distressed and non-core assets, and lower valuations that lure cash-rich private equity firms and corporates back to the deal table.

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