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Sweden’s tax clampdown on carry sparks fund backlash

Swedish funds are considering their future in the country after the nation's top court affirmed that carry should be taxed as income, not capital.

Riverside’s management CFO envisions a back-office revolution

Jason Murphy dreams of a ‘daily close’ for the firm’s books, helped by AI.

IRS sets guidance on 20% qualified income deduction

The agency has called for comments on the proposals – which may allow fund partners to claim a tax cut on some of their income – by October.

How tax and law by region can influence LPA provisions

David Tegeler, Nigel van Zyl and Lynn Chan of Proskauer discuss how different tax regimes and laws in Europe, the US and Asia play a role in setting up limited partnership agreements.

Treaty to make French taxes ‘more difficult to avoid’ for Luxembourg funds

A Luxembourg lawyer says funds reliant on treaty relief should be 'alert to risks' once the double-tax agreement between the two countries goes into effect next year.

What CFOs need to know about the state sales tax ruling

Tax attorney Marvin Kirsner discusses the recent Supreme Court ruling on state sales tax and its implications on private equity, including valuation of portfolio companies.

The elephant in the responsible investment room

Tax is not on the ESG agenda; maybe it should be

States continue the fight on carried interest tax

The battle over carried interest tax at state-level rests on whether it is seen as a reward for labor or for risk.

Blackstone seeks compelling reason for C-corp switch

The firm will not rush to make the corporate switch, watching closely how peers KKR and Ares fare.

WATCH: Why you should care about ECI

The tax reform passed in January could scupper secondaries deals involving sales from non-US sellers.

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