Using the Federal Tax Code to Combat Money Laundering in Real EstateRead more
Real estate transactions are an attractive vehicle for criminals looking to launder their money.1 Sanctioned foreign officials, organized crime...November 18, 20180
Going for the Beer, but Staying for the TaxesRead more
Guinness isn’t the only reason to go to Ireland anymore. Ireland’s status as a tax haven has continued to...
Responding to the China-Led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)Read more
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), a multilateral development bank that aims to finance infrastructure in Asia and globally,...
Uber Altering Approach Towards RegulatorsRead more
Uber, the smartphone-based ridesharing service long known for operating in the face of unknown legal consequences while daring regulators...
Challenges of Ecommerce in IndiaRead more
India’s growing ecommerce market has recently been the target of large investments. On Tuesday, October 28, 2013, SoftBank, a...
Burger King-Tim Hortons Merger: Another Corporate Desertion or Good Business Strategy?Read more
In late August, Burger King announced that it intended to acquire the Canadian coffee and donut chain Tim Hortons...
Divergent Incentives in Secondary Buyout Transactions Cause Limited Partners to Shoulder Downside Risk AloneRead more
Over the past year secondary buyout transactions have become the increasingly common move of primary private equity fund managers...
Lenovo’s Deals with IBM and Google Likely to Survive CFIUS ReviewRead more
The Chinese leading PC maker, Lenovo, has been ambitiously using acquisitions to fuel its growth since the beginning of...
Africa: The New Private Equity FrontierRead more
Investing in Africa probably doesn’t sound too lucrative to your average fund manager. The thought of investing in Africa...
The Collateral Effects of Tesla’s Proposed $5 Billion Battery PlantRead more
Much ink has been spilled in recent weeks regarding Tesla Motor’s announced plans to build a $5 Billion battery...