Navigating Tax Reform: A Plain English Discussion of Financing, M&A Transaction, and Disclosure Issues - Webcast

An overview of the key changes implemented by the Act and a detailed review of its implications.


The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is a game-changing US tax reform law that will significantly impact how companies operate and finance their businesses and how they execute strategic transactions.

Please join us for an overview of the key changes implemented by the Act and a detailed review of its implications for equity and debt financings, US and cross-border M&A, and SEC disclosure for US public companies.

Who should attend

Non-tax executives, including: GCs, CFOs, corporate development executives, bankers, executives with private equity firms and portfolio companies, as well as tax professionals.

We will explore:

  • Relevant provisions in the Act, including corporate, international, and pass through changes
  • Opportunities and challenges presented for onshore and offshore equity and debt financings
  • Comparative advantages and disadvantages for US and non-US acquirers in M&A and related planning opportunities
  • Managing forward-looking disclosure in light of the tax and financial reporting implications of the Act

Latham & Watkins Panel

Melissa S. Alwang, Partner, Banking
Senet S. Bischoff, Partner, Capital Markets
Nicholas J. DeNovio, Partner, International Tax
Mark D. Gerstein, Partner, Mergers & Acquisitions
Laurence J. Stein, Partner, Transactional Tax
Joel H. Trotter, Partner, Public Company Representation

Please register to attend.

For questions, please contact Chris Hei.

19 January 2018

9:30 a.m. Pacific | 11:30 a.m. Central | 12:30 p.m. Eastern


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