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Tax reform: What private equity needs to know now

December 27, 2017 Article 3 minute read
Authors:
Annette Tenerelli-Lemke
The Tax Cut and Jobs Act could alter the mechanics of equity investing and the expected returns from those investments. What are the key provisions that private equity investors and sponsors need to focus on now? Find out at ACG New York.

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Welcome to the post-Tax Cuts and Jobs Act era. With the ink still drying on the final bill, private equity investors and sponsors need to start focusing on provisions that could alter the mechanics of equity investing and the expected returns from those investments. In the immediate aftermath of the enactment, the work to be done will likely focus first on identifying and framing the questions surrounding the most salient provisions affecting private equity investment funds.

This article provides a quick look at a few of the key provisions that may affect private equity, some of the questions those provisions generate, and early indications of what the answers might be. Read more at ACG New York.

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