M & A - Transactional Tax

Unlocking value through the acquisition or sale of a global business requires a deep understanding of corporate and individual tax laws in multiple countries. We understand the business dynamics that drive transactional tax issues and how to ensure stakeholder returns are maximized. When negotiating an acquisition or sale it is important to have:

  • a clear global structuring plan for the acquisition and integration of the target;
  • a clear understanding of the tax exposures for any deal and how to adequately protect against downside risk through warranties, reductions to the purchase price and escrowed funds;
  • a clear framework for repatriation after tax returns to stakeholders, no matter where they reside in the world.

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