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Mergers and Acquisitions 2019 (May 2019)

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  • Sponsored by SMPS Legal
    The method a firm employs to merge or acquire a corporation in Mexico carries with it a complex array of tax opportunities and challenges. SMPS Legal’s Ana Paula Pardo and Jorge San Martín Elizondo explore how local and international firms can best position themselves with Mexico’s varied tax framework.
  • Sponsored by KPMG China
    China has implemented venture capital (VC) tax rules at the same time economic substance requirements for key offshore centres have been introduced. KPMG’s Michael Wong, Christopher Mak and Alan O’Connor highlight the key considerations for businesses.
  • Sponsored by Fenwick & West
    While US tax reform may not have affected merger and acquisition (M&A) activity explicitly, a change in laws surrounding controlled foreign corporations (CFCs) will see a number of new tax considerations emerge for US buyers and sellers. Fenwick & West’s Adam Halpern and William Skinner discuss how these changes might influence cross-border M&A activity.