KPMG in Canada’s Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) Tax professionals can help businesses identify cross-border tax issues and opportunities.
KPMG’s Mergers and Acquisitions Tax practice can help businesses with cross-border M&A.
Companies involved in any of these complex transactions can benefit from tax advice that goes beyond traditional tax compliance and due diligence.
Your company may also need to focus on tax issues and opportunities that arise both during and after the transaction, such as:
In addition to working with private and public companies, our Global M&A professionals assist financial and institutional clients, including investment funds, pension funds, sovereign funds, and private equity funds, in structuring their inbound and outbound investments.
Move quickly, but carefully
To create real and long-lasting value, you should move quickly to take advantage of market opportunities
But you should also carefully consider all of the associated tax implications—from measuring tax liabilities in the initial due diligence phase through the structuring of the deal, to compliance in the post-merger period.
Throughout, you should look beyond compliance and due diligence and develop a tax-efficient plan that meets your broader strategic business goals.
How we work with you
Our Global M&A tax professionals can help you design a transaction in a way that efficiently manages your tax costs while remaining consistent with your business objectives.
We also help you prepare advance tax ruling requests and negotiate with the tax authorities regarding the structure and taxation of merger, acquisition, tax compliance and reorganization transactions.
Contact a KPMG Global M&A Tax professional today for tax advice.