Time: Wednesday 31 March, 10:00 AM Singapore

The market is ripe for M&A

With the impact of COVID-19 hitting businesses in different ways, some have seen unexpected growth while others are barely getting by. In 2021, this pent up demand will become opportunities for growth through M&A.

It's time to refresh all you need to know about M&A tax so that you will be ready for acquisition opportunities that arise.

This webinar is a refresher and update on the tax aspects of M&A from the purchaser’s point of view, from the due diligence process through to post-deal restructuring issues that may be necessary to absorb the new acquisition.

Watch the webinar recording and get the slides here

David Sandison David joined the firm in July 2019 to head up the Tax practice, after a 35 year career in international tax with a big four accounting firm in London, Melbourne and Singapore (as a well as a five-year “post retirement” spell running his own tax practice). He leverages off that unique international experience to help his Multinational clients (big and small) structure and manage their cross-border business operations, not only from a tax perspective, but also from a commercial and practical perspective, having dealt with, in his time, clients in almost every industry and situation imaginable. One of his principle roles as tax practice leader, is to ensure that client solutions are comprehensively and coherently delivered by a well-trained, highly competent professional team.
Eng Min Lor Eng Min heads up the Corporate and business tax service line of the practice. She also provides domestic and international corporate advice to a broad range of multinational clients from a whole host of industries. She brings with her more than 20 years of expertise in Singapore and international tax planning, and has been actively involved in many projects involving investments into, through and from Singapore to help clients manage their businesses in a tax efficient and holistic manner.

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