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Global mergers & acquisitions webcast series


Authored by RSM US LLP

Sessions in this series

Global M&A Tax Webcast Series #1: Mergers and acquisitions across North American borders

Global M&A Tax Webcast Series #2: M&A issues across Europe

Global M&A Tax Webcast Series #3: Recent developments in mergers and acquisitions-Asia Pacific

Global M&A Tax Webcast Series #4: U.S.-U.K. deal structuring

Recordings from this series

Mergers and acquisitions across North American borders

Nov. 1, 2021

The Global M&A Tax Virtual Hub delivers real-time market insights and innovative ideas directly from M&A tax professionals worldwide who have dedicated their time to North American-based middle market multinationals.

For U.S. multinational companies, expanding into Canada and Mexico is a road filled with structuring and operational speedbumps. This session will examine financing considerations, common tax compliance issues and repatriation considerations, as well as how current and proposed legislation could change the landscape.

If you’re looking to expand globally over the next year, watch this recorded webcast with our North American specialists to keep your transactions moving forward no matter what travel restrictions or market uncertainty come your way.

M&A issues across Europe

Feb. 24, 2022

In this 60 minute session, we focused on the European market, highlighting topics such as:

  • European transaction activity update
  • Base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) & other EU developments impacting transactions
  • Anti-tax avoidance directive III (ATAD3) impact on transactions
  • How the international tax landscape changes the transaction structuring

Recent developments in mergers and acquisitions: Asia Pacific

March 29, 2022

The third session in our series on mergers and acquisitions focused on trends and developments in the Asia-Pacific market. If you have operations in this region, or are considering an acquisition that includes Asia-Pacific jurisdictions, we invite you to watch our recording of RSM professionals from the United States and Hong Kong where they discussed:

  • The often-challenging tax environment in the Asia-Pacific region
  • The impact of a potential global minimum tax
  • Structuring opportunities and pitfalls

U.S.-U.K. deal structuring

May 25, 2022

The fourth session in our webcast series on mergers and acquisitions focuses on trends and developments in the U.K. market.

In the constantly evolving world of international tax, and amid the challenges of a global pandemic, businesses operating in the U.K. have also grappled with the complexities of Brexit. Even enterprises experienced in trading or investing in the U.K. market have many questions about what exactly has changed, how they should be structuring their investments and how best to manage their risk. 

We invite you to watch RSM professionals from the United States and the U.K. as they considered:

  • What are the opportunities and pitfalls to be aware of when investing in the U.K.?
  • Does the U.K. still serve as a viable holding company jurisdiction?
  • How should multinationals structure their intellectual property ownership? 
  • What should you know about U.K. governance rules when buying or owning a U.K. business?

Event details

Date and time

Recorded, watch anytime

Intended audience

Chief financial officers, tax executives, finance and tax professionals and private equity dealmakers


60 minutes

This article was written by RSM US LLP and originally appeared on May 25, 2022.
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