Marks Paneth Partners with the European American Chamber of Commerce in Bringing Perspective on 2017 US Tax ReformApril 18, 2017
Leading accounting, tax and advisory firm, Marks Paneth LLP, has partnered with the European American Chamber of Commerce New York (“EACCNY”) to offer an insightful discussion around 2017 US tax reform and its impact on transatlantic business. The seminar, International Corporate Tax Update: Proposed Changes and How They May Affect Transatlantic Business Activities, will take place at Marks Paneth’s midtown Manhattan headquarters on Thursday, April 27, 2017, at 8:00 AM ET.
Moderated by James Robbins, International Tax Principal with Marks Paneth, this seminar will cover proposed and recently enacted tax policy changes that will impact companies operating on both sides of the Atlantic. Guest panelists Joan C. Arnold, Partner with Pepper Hamilton LLP, and Michiel van Kempen, Tax Partner with Loyens & Loeff (USA) B.V., will deliver key insights to help attendees manage current and upcoming changes in tax policy.
“With the new administration, we can expect several tax policy proposals that could change the international tax landscape,” said Yvonne Bendinger-Rothschild, Executive Director with the EACCNY. “We are organizing this program to help US and European companies in our network better understand what to expect and how to prepare for possible changes.”
About Marks Paneth LLP
Marks Paneth LLP, a premier accounting firm with origins dating back to 1907, is ranked the 30th largest accounting firm in the nation and one of the top 10 largest in the Mid-Atlantic region, as reported by Accounting Today. With a team of nearly 700 professionals, including more than 90 partners, Marks Paneth provides a full range of audit, accounting, tax, consulting, trade remediation and valuation services, as well as litigation, forensic accounting and financial advisory services. We primarily serve domestic and international middle market, privately-held and family-owned businesses, as well as high-net-worth individuals and their families. Readers of the New York Law Journal have ranked Marks Paneth as one of the area's top three forensic accounting firms for six consecutive years.
Our firm takes pride in its depth of industry knowledge, and has developed specialized practices across a range of industries including real estate; hospitality; manufacturing, wholesale and distribution; retail; theater, media and entertainment; nonprofit, government and healthcare; and financial and professional services.
Marks Paneth’s Advisory Services Group helps public company CEOs, CFOs and audit committee members proactively manage complex financial transactions and reporting requirements. The firm also provides information technology consulting services to small and medium-sized companies and nonprofit organizations through its subsidiary, Tailored Technologies, LLC.
Marks Paneth is headquartered in New York City, with additional offices in New York State, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Washington, DC.
About Marks Paneth’s International Tax Practice
Whether you're a US-based company expanding your reach or a foreign company looking to do business in the US, Marks Paneth’s international tax professionals can help you confidently navigate the global marketplace. We offer a full range of tax, audit, accounting and advisory services to companies with international interests.
Our commitment to providing high-quality international services is augmented by our membership in Morison KSi, a $1 billion global association of leading independent accounting and consulting firms operating across 84 countries.
The European American Chamber of Commerce® provides its members with access to transatlantic business opportunities as well as timely and relevant information, resources and support on matters affecting business activities between Europe and the U.S.
The goal of the EACC’s New York Chapter is to stimulate business development, and to facilitate networking and relationships between European and American businesses & professional organizations.
EACCNY’s local audience in New York is comprised of major organizations in the financial services, legal area, media, professional services/ consulting industry, manufacturing, retail, real estate, international trade and other business sectors represented in the Tri-State area, who are eager to learn about business opportunities and the latest developments and in the trans-Atlantic economy.