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Planning during uncertain times: How the US elections may impact HNW taxpayers

About this webinar

Chambers High Net Worth Editor, Simon Christian, will be joined by leading practitioners from Holland & Knight in a panel discussion around the possible impact of the US elections on HNW taxpayers. In particular the speakers will address the following topics:

  • Planning given the possible changes in the US income tax, estate tax and gift tax law
  • Planning with new structures for foreign investment in US real estate, securities and operating businesses
  • Planning for multijurisdictional families with US persons owning operating business and assets abroad
  • State law taxes that may impact the choice of jurisdiction in the US
  • Other projected tax law changes given the election results

Event Details:
Event date
Tuesday, 17 November 2020
6:30 pm - 7:15 pm
Event location
Speaker Simon Christian High Net Worth Editor
Simon Christian Editor - High Net Worth Chambers and Partners
Simon was a researcher and later a deputy editor on the Chambers UK team, before becoming editor of the Chambers High Net Worth guide. He has an LLB in Laws from University College London. He also studied for the BPTC at City Law School and was Called to the Bar at Middle Temple.
Sean Tevel, Partner, Holland & Knight
Sean Tevel is a Miami private wealth services attorney who focuses his practice primarily on tax planning for high-net-worth individuals, as well as tax planning for multinational corporate and trust structures. Mr. Tevel advises foreign and domestic clients on U.S. federal income, gift and estate tax matters associated with their cross-border investments, including their U.S. real estate investments and business ventures. Mr. Tevel has significant experience advising clients with respect to corporate and partnership taxation, the application of the Foreign Investment in Real Property Tax Act of 1980 (FIRPTA) and tax treaty issues. He also is well-versed in domestic and offshore tax compliance, including providing advice with respect to the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), the Common Reporting Standard (CRS) and withholding tax compliance. Mr. Tevel is an adjunct professor in the Juris Doctor and Taxation of Cross-Border Investment LL.M. programs at the University of Miami School of Law. Prior to joining Holland & Knight, Mr. Tevel was a tax attorney in the Miami office of an international law firm.
Mark Haranzo, Partner, Holland & Knight
Mark E. Haranzo is chair of Holland & Knight's New York Private Wealth Services Group. Mr. Haranzo focuses his practice on domestic and international private client matters for affluent individuals and their families. His clients include entrepreneurs, corporate executives, family offices, real estate developers, business owners, investors and investment bankers, as well as artists,entertainers, writers, collectors and philanthropists. Mr. Haranzo has more than 25 years of experience in all aspects of estate and gift planning for individuals and families, including matters with complex multigenerational or multijurisdictional issues. He advises corporate and individual fiduciaries and beneficiaries on all aspects of trust and estate administration. Mr. Haranzo is dual qualified in the United States and United Kingdom and represents U.S. and non-U.S. clients in the U.S. and abroad. He also represents clients in connection with disputes, such as will and trust contests, fiduciary appointments and contested accountings. In addition, Mr. Haranzo counsels charitable organizations and advises individuals on philanthropic matters. He also advises individuals on asset protection in connection with matrimonial matters and frequently structures prenuptial, postnuptial and cohabitation agreements, including international and multijurisdictional agreements. Mr. Haranzo previously worked as an estate tax attorney with the Internal Revenue Service in Manhattan where he gained extensive experience handling tax audits of complex estates and substantial gifts.
Christopher Boyett, Partner, Holland & Knight
Christopher W. Boyettco-chairs Holland & Knight's National Private Wealth practice. Mr. Boyett advises domestic and internationalwealthy families throughout Florida on sophisticated estate planning strategies and options and counsels family businesses on succession planning and tax planning. Additionally, he advises both institutional and individual clients on estate and trust administration issues. He is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Miami School of Law, Graduate Program in Taxation.
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Tuesday, 17 Nov 2020 • 06:30 pm UTC
Planning during uncertain times: How the US elections may impact HNW taxpayers