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The enactment of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) left little untouched in the world of private equity, and it will be some time before its effects are fully known. In this issue of the Private Equity Report, we take a close look at the topics that should be at the top of firm agendas.

Private equity sponsors and investors need to consider the impact of the TCJA’s friendly and un-friendly changes to partnership taxation going forward.
Corporate tax reform brings new planning opportunities in private equity along with potential pitfalls. The tax impact of investment decisions should be modeled in light of these changes.
Corporate tax reform brings new planning opportunities in private equity along with potential pitfalls. The tax impact of investment decisions should be modeled in light of these changes.
The TCJA shifts the US to a modified territorial international tax regime, with significant considerations for sponsor structures, multi-national portfolio companies and deal pricing.
The Private Equity Report Editorial Board

This report is a
publication of
Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
www.debevoise.com

EDITORIAL BOARD
 

Paul S. Bird
Editor-in-Chief

Andrew M. Ahern
Jennifer L. Chu
Rafael Kariyev
Scott B. Selinger
Simon Witney

Alicia E. Lee
Associate Editor

FOUNDING EDITOR

Franci J. Blassberg

All contents @2018 Debevoise & Plimpton LLP. 
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The Private Equity Report

Fall 2018 Special Tax Issue
Vol. 18, Number 2
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