Debt/Equity Rules: Applying the Final Section 385 Regulations
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In October 2016, the Treasury Department and IRS released final and temporary regulations under Section 385 addressing the treatment of related party debt for U.S. tax purposes, including detailed documentation requirements and controversial recast rules. While the sweeping scope of the proposed rules has been narrowed in the final package, the Section 385 regulations represent a significant change from prior practice and present a number of practical challenges. In this webinar, IRS representatives and leading practitioners will discuss the documentation requirements as they are in effect today, as well as offer insights regarding the application of the documentation and recast rules in specific contexts, including cross border financing transactions, investment management structures and affiliated groups.
Gregory N. Kidder, Steptoe & Johnson LLP, Washington, DC (Moderator)
Kevin M. Jacobs, IRS, Washington, DC
Eileen Marshall, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, Washington, DC
Joshua G. Rabon, IRS, Washington, DC
Wade Sutton, PwC, Washington, DC
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