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Global Tax News: US Congress: tax reform emerging as major 2016 campaign issue – financial industry a prime target

Tax reform is emerging as a major issue in the 2016 US presidential campaign, and in the growing wave of populist anger at the establishment elite in Washington and Wall Street, the financial industry has become a prime...more

Carried Interests OK Under Management Fee Waiver Regulations

Last week, I was at the ABA Tax Section meeting in Chicago. During one of the partnership panels, Clifford Warren, Special Counsel to the Associate Chief Counsel (Passthroughs and Special Industries) at the IRS, was posed...more

Obama Renews Carried Interest Fight

As my prior blog posts have discussed, we are seeing repeated efforts to disallow favorable tax treatment of carried interests in partnership. Earlier this week, President Obama once again called for Congress to shut down...more

The Bespoke Solution—Advantages and Challenges in Tailoring Single Investor Funds

The world of private investment funds has been evolving to address the specific goals and expectations of investors, including pension plan sponsors and other investors with specific regulatory and economic needs. As a...more

Investment Funds Update - Europe: Legal and regulatory updates for the funds industry from the key asset management centres and...

Tax Proposals in Summer 2015 Budget to Affect UK Asset Managers - The UK Summer Budget was announced on 8 July 2015, and included a number of unexpected tax proposals affecting the UK asset management industry, including...more

Tax Policy Update

First it was three years, now it’s three months. The Senate’s attempt to pass a multiyear highway bill ran off the road this week after House Republicans announced they will adjourn one day early for the month-long August...more

IRS Issues Proposed Regulations Addressing Fee Waivers

On July 22, 2015, the U.S. Department of the Treasury issued proposed regulations addressing the tax treatment of certain private equity management fee waivers. These new rules could result in many common management fee...more

Changes in the UK Tax Treatment of Carried Interest

In the recent Summer Budget, the Chancellor announced that with immediate effect, there would be changes to the way that carried interest is taxed. In technical terms, the “base cost shift” which enabled an investment manager...more

Summer Budget 2015––Carried Interest: Abolition of Base Cost Shift

On July 8, the Right Honourable George Osborne MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer, introduced measures in his Summer Budget to abolish what is commonly known as the “base cost shift” as applied to sums received by individuals...more

Corporate & Financial Weekly Digest - Volume X, Issue 27

In this issue: - Court of Appeals for Third Circuit Overturns District Court Ruling Regarding Exclusion of Shareholder Proposal From Proxy Statement - FINRA Updates Its Interpretation of the SEC's Financial...more

UK Summer Budget 2015 – Key Issues for Asset Managers and Non-UK Domiciled Individuals

On 8th July 2015, the UK Government announced several changes to UK tax legislation that will affect those holding carried interest in fund structures which utilise at least one partnership (including a limited partnership),...more

The UK Summer Budget - Private Equity and Investment Management

The Chancellor of the Exchequer’s Summer Budget on 8th July introduced a series of unexpected tax changes affecting the private equity and investment management industry along with the promise of further changes to come....more

UK Summer Budget 2015: Osborne's 'Big Summer Budget' – the key measures impacting business

The first fully Conservative Budget for 18 years, following the end of the Coalition as a result of the May general election, was anticipated to be a 'Big Budget' but in truth it was a mixed bag: the game changers are the...more

Tax Policy Update

The top estate tax rate under Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders’ proposal to tax the wealthiest Americans and narrow income inequality in the U.S. The proposal splits the estate tax into four brackets...more

Carried Interests – Here We Go Again

Following up on last week’s blog post on carried interests, a new bill was introduced Friday in the House of Representatives targeting carried interests. This bill, H.R. 2889, is titled the Carried Interest Fairness Act of...more

Senator Targets Carried Interests

Wednesday, Senator Al Franken sent a letter to the Department of Treasury taking aim at “carried interest” income. In the letter, Senator Franken asked the IRS to revise Form 1065 (the tax return form for partnerships) to...more

A Guide to the UK Disguised Investment Management Fee Rules

New rules effective from today in the U.K. are likely to have material impact on the tax treatment of payments by a fund to its U.K.-based management executives and service providers. The rules cover many areas of fund...more

Locke Lord QuickStudy: The Fate of Partnerships Under President Obama’s 2016 Proposed Budget

On Monday, February 2, President Obama formally released his 2016 budget proposal and, as expected, it contained numerous changes to the Internal Revenue Code. ...more

Investment Management Update

In This Issue: - SEC Announces First-of-Its-Kind Whistleblower Award To an Audit and Compliance Professional - SEC Issues No-Action Letter To Allow for Amendment of a Sub-Advisory Agreement without Shareholder...more

Why Am I Taxed Now on My Future Receipts: The Woes of a Profits Interest

Companies often grant stock options to incentivize employees and so that their interests are aligned with the future success of the company, and partnerships (and limited liability companies taxed as partnerships) are no...more

Can We Talk? Providing Hedge Fund Managers with the Deferral of Carried Interest until Eternity

Overview - The recent passing of Joan Rivers not only requires us to pay tribute to one of the great comedic minds of the last forty-fifty years, but serves as a testimony to professional passion, perseverance and hard...more

Recent Decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit May Have Significant Implications for Private Equity Funds

In late July of this year, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit reversed a Massachusetts District Court, and in a decision of first impression, held that one of Sun Capital Partner’s private equity funds was liable...more

Planning for Carried Interests & Avoiding Section 2701

Alternative investments in private equity and hedge funds have gained in popularity over the last two decades and have become a regular allocation of many investment portfolios....more

Tax Reform Update: Impact on Private Equity, Hedge Funds, and Real Estate Partnerships

Interesting tax update courtesy of Bruce Thompson, a Senior Policy Advisor with DLA Piper. He continues to see momentum for comprehensive tax reform and wrote the following summary of what that might mean for fund managers...more

Jeffrey DeBoer on the intersection of Washington and commercial real estate [Video]

John Corey, Founding Partner of Greentarget, interviews Jeffrey De Boer, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Real Estate Roundtable, on the intersection of Washington and commercial real estate....more

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