The IBA’s response to the war in Ukraine
12th Annual London Finance and Capital Markets Conference
16 Jan - 17 Jan 2023One Great George Street, London, England
Pallav Raghuvanshi focuses his practice on U.S. and international tax matters in the context of corporate expansion, restructurings and mergers and acquisitions involving public and private companies. He has broad experience with advising various complex cross-border transactions involving issues related to foreign tax credits, tax treaties, holding companies, controlled foreign corporations, and other restructuring issues such as spin-offs and taxable and tax-free corporate acquisitions and reorganizations. Pallav also advises non-U.S. clients with their U.S. inbound tax planning, including, foreign investment in U.S. real property, expansion of U.S. business operations, and investment in U.S. securities. He advises clients on formation and operation of private investment funds, including private equity funds and hedge funds, particularly related to international tax issues involving U.S. and non-U.S. investors (including, taxable and tax-exempt investors, sovereign wealth funds, and qualified foreign pension funds). Pallav also advises domestic and cross-border debt restructuring, debt workouts, and bankruptcy tax matters for both debtors and creditors. Pallav also has wide-ranging experience with tax matters related to transactions involving blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies. Pallav advises clients across broad range of industries, including, banking and financial services, gaming, technology, retail, media and entertainment, consumer products, telecommunications, transportation, health care, and blockchain.
Decentralised finance (DeFi): how blockchain-based finance works and how it is treated for tax purposes
Tuesday 17 January (1630 - 1730)