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Funds Investing in U.S. Manufacturing Companies: Foreign Investor Considerations

Operators of manufacturing companies, especially those considering a sale or capital raise, should understand investors’ concerns regarding direct investment. Today, investment funds with investors and investments in multiple...more

Private Equity's Inversion Excursion: Pepper Hamilton Talks Tax With the Deal  [Video]

In this interview with The Deal’s Jon Marino, Pepper Hamilton LLP's Joan Arnold, a partner who heads the firm's tax group, says Pfizer’s play for AstraZeneca isn’t the only inversion deal being sought. There are no shortages...more

EU Adopts a Parent-Subsidiary Directive Amendment on Hybrid Loans

On July 8th 2014, the European Union’s Economic and Financial Affairs Council (ECOFIN) adopted an amendment to the Parent-Subsidiary Directive (PSD). This amendment is targeted at cross-border hybrid loans and aims to...more

NY High Court To Address Continuing Vitality Of “Separate Entity” Rule For International Banks With New York Branches

This September, New York’s highest court will consider an issue of significant interest to international banks with a New York presence – whether a judgment creditor can use New York’s judgment enforcement procedures to...more

A Conversation with Tim Gardner on Asia Restructirungs  [Video]

Latham & Watkins co-hosted a senior level industry summit with ASIFMA in Hong Kong entitled "Maximizing Outcomes in Upcoming Restructurings." Latham & Watkins' partner Tim Gerdner shares insights from the summit....more

A Conversation with Lindsay Chu on Asia Restructurings [Video]

Latham & Watkins co-hosted a senior level industry summit with ASIFMA in Hong Kong entitled "Maximizing Outcomes in Upcoming Restructurings." Lindsay Chu, Managing Director, HSBC, Hong Kong, shares insights from the summit....more

Foreign Tax-Exempt Organizations Exempt from Withholding Tax

Investment funds, including private equity funds, often receive capital contributions from tax-exempt organizations. These tax-exempt institutions may include U.S. and foreign pension funds, as well as U.S. and foreign...more

The Effects of a Mandatory Register of Beneficial Ownership

Some of the many attractions of the British Virgin Islands (the BVI) for both corporates and lenders are the relatively sophisticated legal system, low operating costs and creditor friendly insolvency regime. In recent times...more

A Conversation with Rajiv Gupta on Asia Restructurings  [Video]

Latham & Watkins co-hosted a senior level industry summit with ASIFMA in Hong Kong entitled "Maximizing Outcomes in Upcoming Restructurings." Latham & Watkins' partner Rajiv Gupta shares insights from the summit....more

Bennett Jones Spring 2014 Economic Outlook [Video]

Bennett Jones senior advisor David Dodge, OC, presents the Bennett Jones Spring 2014 Economic Outlook, written by himself and other firm advisors Richard Dion and John M. Weekes. In the Outlook, the authors describe the most...more

A Conversation with Ben Simpfendorfer on Asia Restructurings [Video]

Latham & Watkins co-hosted a senior level industry summit with ASIFMA in Hong Kong entitled "Maximizing Outcomes in Upcoming Restructurings." Ben Simpendorfer, Managing Director of Silk Road Assoicates, shares insights from...more

Doing Business in Latin America and the Caribbean: Puerto Rico

In 1493, Christopher Columbus arrived in Puerto Rico and claimed the island for the Spanish Crown. Spain controlled the island for most of the next four centuries until 1898, when it ceded Puerto Rico to the United States as...more

Doing Business in Latin America and the Caribbean: Peru

Peru is located on the central western coast of South America. Peru’s population is around 26 million people, with 52% of them living in the coastal region, 37% in the Andes and 11% in the Amazon region. Peru has a...more

A Conversation with David Heller on Asia Restructurings [Video]

Latham & Watkins co-hosted a senior level industry summit with ASIFMA in Hong Kong entitled "Maximizing Outcomes in Upcoming Restructurings." Latham & Watkins' partner David Heller shares insights from the summit....more

Doing Business in Latin America and the Caribbean: Paraguay

With an area of 406,752 square kilometers, Paraguay occupies the central plain of South America. It has the world’s largest fresh water reserve known as “Acuífero Guaraní.” The country’s fertile soil is one of the major...more

Doing Business in Latin America and The Caribbean: Panama

Panama is the southernmost country of Central America. It has a total landmass of 75,517 square kilometers and an estimated population of 3,510,045 as of a July 2011. Its government is a constitutional democracy and the...more

Doing Business in Latin America and the Caribbean: Nicaragua

Nicaragua is the largest republic in Central America with the lowest population density. The country is bordered on the north by Honduras and on the south by Costa Rica. Its western coastline is on the Pacific Ocean, while...more

The Amended PRC Company Law - More Flexibility in Establishing Companies (But With Conditions)

The new PRC Company Law, which took effect on March 1, 2014, overhauled long-standing registered capital requirements and streamlined the process of setting up companies in China. It simplified the requirements and process...more

Doing Business in Latin America and the Caribbean: Mexico

With a total landmass of almost two million square kilometers, Mexico is slightly less than three times the size of Texas and has a total population of over 106 million people. Its political organization is a federal republic...more

Doing Business in Latin America and the Caribbean: Honduras

Honduras, in the north-central part of Central America, has a Caribbean as well as a Pacific coastline. Generally mountainous, fertile plateaus, river valleys and narrow coastal plains mark the country. With 112,090 square...more

Doing Business in Latin America and The Caribbean: Guatemala

Guatemala borders the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, as well as Mexico, Belize, El Salvador and Honduras. It has a population of approximately 14.7 million people. Its form of government is republican, democratic and...more

Doing Business in Latin America and The Caribbean: El Salvador

With a territory of 21,000 square kilometers, El Salvador is the smallest country in Central America and the only one with no access to the Atlantic Coast. Its population reaches almost 7 million and the territory is...more

Verbatim Global Compliance - Quarterly Newsletter: Spring 2014

Canada - The Ontario Securities Commission ("OSC") recently published for comment four proposed prospectus exemptions intended to facilitate capital formation for small companies and start-ups. The four exemptions include:...more

Doing Business in Latin America and The Caribbean: Ecuador

Situated on the northwest coast of South America, the Republic of Ecuador encompasses an area of approximately 256,549 square kilometers, or 99,438 square miles. Ecuador is a constitutional, democratic, sovereign and...more

Proposals May Signal Direction of Future Tax Reform

After several years of hearings and forums intended to develop broad-based support for comprehensive tax reform, on February 26, 2014, House Ways and Means Committee Chairman David Camp (R-Mich.) released a draft tax reform...more

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