The time of the pandemic and the recent successive tax changes are having a big impact on the M&A / transaction market. Meanwhile, another large amendment to the tax regulations (“Polish Deal”) is on the way, which will further complicate the tax conditions of transactions and restructuring. Therefore, it is all the more necessary to summarize all these changes and prepare for them accordingly.
Łukasz Kosonowski, partner in the MDDP Transaction Advisory Team will talk about what to pay attention to in the tax side of the transaction and restructuring during the next webinar on “MDDP on Polish Taxes” series.
The meeting will be conducted by MDDP Tax Advisory company experts and will be held in English. Webinar is free of charge.
During the webinar, among others, the following:
- changes introduced in connection with the COVID pandemic (the issue of limitation of the period of tax obligations – whether and how it affects the scope of due diligence)
- tax changes effective from 2021, including:
a. limitation of loss settlement,
b. definition of a real estate company,
c. new disclosure obligations (e.g. tax strategy, MDR)
d. planned changes (“Polish Deal”) – “new restructuring order”
The “Key tax changes affecting M&A/transactions” webinar is a free online seminar addressed to MDDP clients and business partners. The number of places is limited. The organizer reserves the right to refuse to accept the application.
After confirming the acceptance of the application by e-mail, in the next e-mail you will receive an individual link to the website where the MDDP WEBINAR will be held.
I want to participate in the MDDP webinar on October 7, 2021 at 10:00 a.m.
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