Richard Cornelisse

M&A Integration and Indirect Tax: managing the moving parts before, during, and after a transaction

In Business Strategy, Indirect Tax Strategic Plan, Processes and Controls on 16/04/2015 at 4:41 pm

The aim is to provide insight into these risks and build into the contract adequate coverage in case risk history repeated itself. Armed with this information, the buyer can negotiate a reduction of the selling price or secure indemnification from the identified risk.

Although fundamental tax due diligence is still a requirement for the purchase of a company or assets, it is only the opening chapter.

Equally important are exploring and thinking through options for structuring the indirect tax profile and how it will function in the organization post acquisition and throughout implementation and integration.

Note that the webcast has subtitles in English.

Richard H. Cornelisse

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