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Common pitfalls to avoid when preparing your PSC Register

As part of the government’s bid to increase transparency of company ownership and control, most companies and LLPs in the UK are now required to maintain a PSC (‘persons with significant control’) Register. Despite a raft of...more

Federally Proposed Rules to Increase Tax Cost of Family-Entity Transfers

The federal government proposed sweeping new tax rules earlier this month that would dramatically affect family businesses, investment partnerships and other entities.  These rules, which have been widely reported, would...more

IRS Issues Guidance to Partnerships Opting-In to New Partnership Audit Regime

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued temporary regulations on August 4, 2016, providing the time, form and manner for partnerships to elect to apply the new partnership audit regime enacted by the Bipartisan Budget Act...more

IRS Issues Guidance to Partnerships Opting-In to New Partnership Audit Regime

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued temporary regulations on August 4, 2016, providing the time, form and manner for partnerships to elect to apply the new partnership audit regime enacted by the Bipartisan Budget Act...more

IRS Proposes Regulations That Would Eliminate Most Valuation Discounts for Transfers of Interests in Family Entities

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released regulations on August 2, 2016 that would limit the use of discounts when valuing interests in family entities for estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer tax purposes. If...more

The Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing: The New UK Register of Persons With Significant Control

In Depth - From 30 June 2016 all UK companies (other than most listed companies) and LLPs will need to include details of persons with significant control or influence (“PSC”) on their annual confirmation statements...more

Partnership Contributions that Trigger Gain? The IRS Says 'Yes' - Tax Update Volume 2016, Issue 1

The new regulations will have a direct impact on the formation of partnerships in the international context. For most of the past decade, contributions to partnerships (including LLCs taxed as partnerships) have been...more

PRACTICING WITHOUT A NET: Protecting Your Firm By Agreement

Attorneys come to us when contemplating the creation or expansion of their firms, when they want to leave their firm, or are dealing with the fallout of another member leaving. While many law firms have taken advantage of...more

Persons with Significant Control: Important new regulations that are now in force

On 6 April 2016, amendments to the Companies Act 2006 (the “Act”) came into effect that require companies incorporated under the Act (including companies limited by guarantee) and limited liability partnerships to produce and...more

What impact will the PSC Register have on banking transactions?

On 6 April 2016 a new regime relating to "people with significant control" (the PSC Regime) came into effect. UK companies already subject to transparency and disclosure rules (through trading on a regulated market, for...more

Dieckman v. Regency GP LP, et al., C.A. No. 11130-CB (Del. Ch. Mar. 29, 2016) (Bouchard, C.)

In this opinion, the Delaware Court of Chancery reaffirmed that default fiduciary duties, including a duty of disclosure, may be modified or wholly eliminated when such modification or elimination is clearly set forth in a...more

Governance & Securities Law Focus: Asia Edition, April 2016

In this newsletter, we provide a snapshot of the principal US, European and selected international governance and securities law developments of interest to Asian corporates and financial institutions. Please see full...more

Register of Persons with Significant Control: A Guide for UK Companies

From 6 April 2016, UK companies and limited liability partnerships (LLPs) are required to maintain a publicly available register of people with significant control (PSC Register). From 30 June 2016, the information on the PSC...more

UK: Register of People with Significant Control

Effective immediately, most UK companies, Societates Europaeae and UK Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs) are required to maintain a register of People with Significant Control (“PSC Register”). Set out below is a brief...more

Now Required in UK: Register of People with Significant Control

Effective immediately, most UK companies, Societates Europaeae and UK Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs) are required to maintain a register of People with Significant Control (“PSC Register”). Set out below is a brief...more

UK Government consults on UK VAT Grouping Rules

Summary - The UK tax authority (HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC)) is to formally consult on proposals for changes needed to the UK VAT grouping provisions. The consultation is as a result of European Court decisions which...more

A Reminder That Modern Large Partnerships are Still Partnerships

Large law and accounting firms ostensibly bear little resemblance to traditional, small-scale partnerships. Nevertheless, in the recent Ontario Superior Court decision in Tim Ludwig PC v BDO Canada LLP, 2016 ONSC 2225, a...more

Companies Act 2006: people with significant control regime now in force

In a significant change to the UK Companies Act 2006, UK-incorporated companies must now collect and keep information about people with significant control over them. The new rules came into force on 6 April 2016. They apply...more

Limited liability partnership and partnership accounts: amending regulations

New regulations make changes to the accounting regulatory framework for LLPs to bring it into line with changes made in 2015 to the accounting regulatory framework for companies....more

Global Private Equity Newsletter - Spring 2016 Edition: New UK Requirement for UK Companies and LLPs to Maintain A Register of...

1. With effect from April 6, 2016, all companies incorporated or formed under the UK Companies Acts, other than exempt companies (see paragraph 3), and all limited liability partnerships (LLPs) incorporated under the UK...more

Businesses Locating in Expanding Keystone Innovation Zone May Qualify for Tax Credit

Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney recently announced a significant expansion of the University City Keystone Innovation Zone which is intended to attract new businesses into Center City Philadelphia. Now may be the time to...more

New obligation for companies and LLPs: The register of people with significant control

The Register of People with Significant Control (the “Register”) is a new statutory register which most UK companies and limited liability partnerships (“LLPs”) will be required to keep to ensure that individuals (and certain...more

UK Companies to Keep Mandatory Register of ‘Persons with Significant Control'

From 6 April 2016, UK companies must identify and maintain a public register of persons with significant control. Those persons must supply companies with necessary information or face criminal and other penalties....more

The New PSC Regime

The UK is introducing new beneficial ownership disclosure rules, which will require UK companies and LLPs to create and maintain a new statutory register of people with significant control (PSC register). This note sets out...more

House of Lords and House of Commons Agree on PSC Register Regulations

As noted in the Corporate & Financial Weekly Digest edition of February 5, the UK Government on January 25 published two regulations in relation to new requirements for UK-incorporated companies and UK-formed limited...more

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