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Latham & Watkins hires Katz in New York

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Latham & Watkins has hired top transactional tax professional Eli Katz as a partner in its tax and finance departments in New York.

Katz’s practice focuses mainly on project finance, particularly in various financings and creating tax structures for US renewable energy projects.

His clients include power developers, national banks, insurance companies, private equity sponsors and infrastructure funds, which he advises on sales and purchases of renewable energy assets and companies.

Katz also represents clients before the IRS and Treasury on tax issues relating to energy tax credits, tax depreciation deductions, cash grants and more.

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