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Global Tax Considerations in Private Fund Formation

Global Tax - 170x200

$699.00

$524.25

($174.75- discounted as part of the Annual Book Sale 2017)

ISBN:
978-1-911316-02-2
Publication date:
01 August 2016
No. of pages:
234

Edited by Jenny Wheater, this book examines the impact of the new tax and global regulations on private equity fund and investment formation, including FATCA, CDOT, CRS and BEPS.


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Regulatory and tax changes are impacting fund structuring

Edited by Jenny Wheater, Global Tax Considerations in Private Fund Formation analyses the trends and new regulations that are affecting the structuring of private equity funds globally. This guide offers much-needed insight into what is a highly complex and evolving area.

As private equity becomes increasingly globalised, the managers that structure and invest, as well as investors that invest, in these vehicles must know about the potential new issues and challenges that could affect their activities. Navigating provisions such as FATCA and CRS is now a necessary part of fund structuring and, as international investment increases, it is key to be aware of considerations arising in less familiar markets such as India, Latin America and Africa. 

Management incentives, including carried interest, have already been subject to extensive tax changes in the UK, and to challenge and review elsewhere. Consequently, managers have new questions to address. In terms of regulation, the EU and US regulatory landscapes are increasingly complex and yet a general understanding of them is vital for most fund managers.
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Key topics covered include:

  • Structures for global markets, including Asia, India and Africa
  • Global trends in carried interest and management fees
  • The impact of FATCA, CDOT, CRS and BEPS
  • What increased regulation may mean for the industry

Who should buy this book:

  • Private fund managers
  • Limited partners
  • Lawyers
  • Tax advisers and consultants


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