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    Hot Topics in M&A and Cross Border Restructuring

    Presented by:  Devon Bodoh (KPMG LLP) and Greg Featherman (KPMG LLP)

    Day: Tuesday, Feb. 14th

    Time: 1 Hour

    Benefits:  This Webinar explores common pitfalls and planning techniques related to the taxation of cross border transactions, and will include a discussion of certain relevant aspects of the taxation (under U.S. Federal income tax laws) of corporations and shareholders, and cross border mergers, acquisitions and restructurings.  This recorded webinar is designed for corporate tax executives, accountants, CPAs, controllers, CFOs, tax managers, presidents, vice presidents, corporate counsel and attorneys.

    Agenda

    1. Hot Topics in Transaction Forms  

    1.1  F Reorganizations  

    1.2  Section 355 

    1.3  Inversions


    1. Post-Acquisition Matters  

    2.1  Impaired Investments 

                    2.1.1   Worthless Stock/Debt Losses

                    2.1.2.  Granite Trust and Section 267

    2.2  Cash D Reorganizations

    2.3  Selected Stock Basis Issues

                    2.3.1   Basis Allocation and Johnson

                    2.3.2   Stock and Non-Stock Transfers  

     

    Presenter Biographies:

    Devon M. Bodoh is a principal in KPMG’s Washington National Tax Corporate practice. Mr. Bodoh advises KPMG partners, employees and clients on corporate tax matters including domestic and international mergers, acquisitions, spin-offs, other divisive strategies, restructurings, bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy workouts, the use of net operating losses and other tax attributes, and consolidated return matters. Prior to joining KPMG, Mr. Bodoh was a partner in the international law firm of Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP.   Mr. Bodoh is a frequent speaker on federal income tax issues relating to domestic and international mergers and acquisitions, spin-offs and other divestiture strategies, corporate tax planning, workouts, and consolidated return matters for various groups.  Mr. Bodoh is a former chairperson and vice-chairperson of the American Bar Association's Committee on Affiliated and Related Corporations. In addition, Mr. Bodoh is a member of the Dean's Advisory Board for the University of Detroit School of Law.

    Greg W. Featherman is a Senior Manager in KPMG’s Washington National Tax Corporate practice and a member of KPMG’s Washington National Tax International M&A Initiative. Mr. Featherman advises KPMG partners, employees and clients on corporate tax matters including domestic and international mergers, acquisitions, spin-offs, other divisive strategies, restructurings, bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy workouts, and consolidated return matters. Prior to joining KPMG, Mr. Featherman was an associate in the international law firm of Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP. Mr. Featherman has spoken on subjects in his practice area for various groups, including the American Bar Association and the Wall Street Tax Association. Mr. Featherman has represented: Bank of America Corporation, General Electric Company, General Motors Company, NCR Corporation, Omnicare, Inc., Pfizer Inc., Safeway, Inc., The Talbots Inc., and The Walt Disney Company.  Mr Featherman received his LLM, Taxation, from Georgetown University Law Center; his JD from George Washington University Law School and his BA from Lafayette College.

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    • Hot Topics in Transaction Forms

    o   F Reorganizations

    o   Section 355

    o   Inversions

    • Post-Acquisition Matters

    o    Impaired Investments

    §  Worthless Stock/Debt Losses

    §  Granite Trust and Section 267

    o   Cash D Reorganizations

    o   Selected Stock Basis Issues

    §  Basis Allocation and Johnson

    §  Stock and Non-Stock Transfers

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