The explosive growth of cross-border transactions has led Congress to increase its scrutiny of acquisitions involving U.S. companies. Now more than ever, international business planning cannot be effective without a thorough understanding of the increasingly more complex and critical tax implications of international and cross-border transactions.
To guide our clients through the process, Kaye Scholer has assembled a team of recognized leaders in the areas of national security, tax and corporate law. In the tax area, our team has significant experience in all aspects of U.S. acquisitions and financing from the unique perspective of the non-U.S. client.
Our tax lawyers:
- structure cross-border mergers, acquisitions, financings and divestitures
- develop efficient structures for U.S. operations
- assist multinational corporations in post-merger integration and international tax controversy matters.
In the Market
- Treasury, IRS Issue Guidance Regarding Inversions and Related Transactions September 30 • Client Alerts
- Willys Schneider Participates in The Knowledge Group’s Webinar “FATCA Guidance for Foreign Banks: Are You Prepared?” May 28, 2014 • Speaking Engagements
- FATCA Compliance for Entities Issuing Collateralized Loan/Debt Obligations April 15 • Client Alerts
- Kaye Scholer Advises Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec in its $500 Million Investment in Invenergy Wind Portfolio January 8 • Client Successes
- LMA Publishes Transitional FATCA Riders for Use in European Syndicated Loan Documentation August 3 • Client Alerts
- Kaye Scholer Advising Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec in $850 Million Interest in ConocoPhillips Pipeline November 16 • Client Successes
- Kaye Scholer Sponsors Aircraft Finance Summit June 14 – 15, 2011 • Speaking Engagements
- Kaye Scholer LLP and Eitan-Mehulal Law Group Conference: Israeli Acquisitions and Investments in U.S. Technology, Infrastructure and Defense Industries October 11 • Seminars
- London Bulletin Summer/Autumn 2010 • Client Alerts
A sampling of our global representations include the following:
- a foreign government consortium in its acquisition of significant pipeline assets in the United States
- one of Canada's largest companies in its acquisition of a healthcare division of a Fortune 200 company
- Europe's largest aerospace firm in its acquisition of an instrument products company
- an international commercial bank in connection with the restructuring of a SIV
- the world's largest fertilizer company in its acquisitions in the United States
- one of the largest European pharmaceutical companies in a joint venture for a consumer insecticides business
- the structuring of the creation of a new mining group in West Africa and China for multiple IPOs.