LCN Legal is hosting a breakfast workshop on legal entity reduction projects on Thursday, 14th May in London.
This private event is exclusively for senior tax professionals within large corporates. It will be very informal – an opportunity to share practical experiences and issues on corporate simplification projects and removing unnecessary legal entities. It won’t be a lecture or death-by-powerpoint-slides.
Ian Barron, the former European head of tax of American Express, has very kindly agreed to co-host the workshop with us. We will also be joined by other senior tax professionals with recent and ongoing experience of having successfully co-ordinated the tax aspects of large legal entity projects for household name groups.
The workshop will be an opportunity to air practical experiences and issues such as:
- how to ensure that valuable assets are preserved when legal entities are removed
- the problem of “corporate memory” in due diligence, and how to address it
- when to use cross-border mergers in corporate simplification projects
- typical project blockages and how to deal with them
- key lessons learned from other corporate simplification projects
The event will be held at the Corinthia Hotel in London (close to Charing Cross). The hotel was the winner of the Condé Nast Johansens award for Best City Hotel 2014, UK and Ireland.
Spaces will be very limited – we are not planning on allowing more than 8-10 guests, so that the discussion can be genuinely informal and interactive. Naturally, priority will be given to our key clients and contacts. However, if you would be interesting in attending this or similar events, please do get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be delighted to hear from you.