Bloomberg Tax and Grant Thornton are convening tax, finance and economy executives around the country for high-level, executive dinners on the current political, policy and regulatory environments. The executive dinners aim to guide business executives through policy shifts coming out of Washington, including the economy, trade and tax reform, with a peer-to-peer exchange of ideas and best practices. The conversations focus on operational actions businesses should consider during the continuously changing landscape.
The executive workshop aims to provide insights to business leaders on how tax reform and trade could impact California’s economy and its dominant technology sector.
We’ll examine the effect of federal tax reform and other economic tailwinds on California’s economy and how it could spur the state’s own tax overhaul. Will federal tax cuts unleash new investments and entrepreneurship at the heart of the world’s capital of innovation?
technology industry, a clear beneficiary of global trade, and California, a top
exporter, could be at risk from U.S. protectionist trade policies. We’ll
discuss the repercussions to California’s economy and tech sector if the
administration makes good on its threat to withdraw from NAFTA and impose
tariffs after walking away from TPP.
We’ll conclude with an interactive panel discussion featuring a chief executive and tax experts to discuss how leadership can best leverage the opportunities and navigate the economic challenges of tax reform and thrive in an uncertain global trade system essential to maintaining U.S. technology supremacy.
Future Ready Business: Washington Impact is a yearlong programming series presented by Bloomberg Tax with Grant Thornton. Our goal is to help you separate business signals from the political noise. With hundreds of reporters and editors tracking the Washington policy process, Bloomberg BNA covers every detail that matters to your business and provides the in-depth analysis that helps you understand the implications. And with nearly 100 years of business advice, Grant Thornton is your partner for converting insights into strategy and advantage.
Bloomberg Tax, a leading resource for legal, tax and business information, invites business owners, tax, finance directors, in-house counsel, bankers and investment professionals including PE & hedge fund managers to learn how employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs) can provide more than just an exit strategy – they may be an opportunity for a growing business and its employees.
ESOPs are commonly used by owners seeking to retire, but beyond that their utility is not well understood. However, with tax reform and in today’s changing business environment there is a greater opportunity to consider them earlier in the lifecycle of the company. ESOPs, when properly done, can position a company for financing, allow for acquisitions, help attract and retain top talent in a competitive environment and create wealth for owners and employees. In addition, ESOPs have a unique application with alternative firms & business roll-ups.
These benefits require an understanding of what conditions should exist before pursuing an ESOP as well as the impact of the 2017 Tax Act and consideration of the best approach for your company.
A new infrastructure conversation must include connectivity between rural and urban; between people and goods; between humans and machines; and between our roads and the institutions that build and maintain them. Critical policy changes and investments are needed to realize connections that move at the speed of now.
In partnership with Infrastructure Week (May 14-21), Bloomberg Government Next.Infrastructure serves as a destination for dialogue on policies that match the pace of technological change and innovation.
Bloomberg Government asks industry leaders and policymakers to envision the future of infrastructure and the road to deploying new drivers of economic growth: broadband and digital systems, autonomous vehicles, and the internet of things.
Bloomberg returns to Seattle to kick off the 2018 Sustainable Business Summit series on May 17, 2018. Generation Investment Management Chairman Al Gore will join prominent leaders in business and finance to discuss sustainability as good business – and a powerful investment. Amid an ever-changing landscape of tech innovation and corporate expansions, Bloomberg’s sustainability conversations in Seattle will include:
Financial statement practitioners face imminent deadlines to meet new lease accounting rules issued by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB). All companies are likely impacted, but especially companies with substantial equipment or real estate leasing operations will likely have their work cut out for them to comply with the standard’s requirement to establish a right of use asset and lease liability. According to a 2017 Bloomberg Tax poll, approximately 54 percent of corporate executives are concerned about implementing the standards by its effective date.
Join Bloomberg Tax and Deloitte & Touche for Lease Accounting Standard: A Way Forward, convening chief financial officers, controllers, financial accountants, auditors, analysts, and other accounting professionals for a discussion on the challenges, breakthroughs, and potential regulatory changes in the new lease standard.
This interactive conversation will provide insight on:
For the 4th year, the Bloomberg Law Leadership Forum is the premier event for legal industry leaders to come together and understand how global economic and regulatory changes impact their business. The Forum delivers marketing-leading news and legal analysis, tailored for legal industry leaders.
Today’s multinationals face a volatile regulatory environment and host of challenges in navigating investigations and enforcement. Global political uncertainty is high, and both regulators and investors are scrutinizing corporations to an unprecedented degree. Rapid changes in policy from Washington mean outcomes are more difficult than ever to forecast.
Unique in bringing together executives in corporate legal departments and law firms, the 2018 Forum features an update on current regulatory priorities, a look at where corporate risk is rising, and an exploration of the technology and management tools legal counsel need to respond effectively.
As cross-border deal activity continues to increase, your business must develop new strategies to remain competitive in the market – which means creating efficiencies and cutting costs for managing data, staying compliant, conducting due diligence, and accelerate the overall lifecycle. With a rapidly developing technology landscape impacting cross-border deals, you need to make sure that you are keeping up with these emerging technologies and harnessing them in ways to best benefit your business.
Join Bloomberg Law and World Services Group for the 2nd Annual Cross-Border Deals Forum, which will convene leading dealmakers and executives to explore strategies for managing key business and regulatory challenges through the use of emerging technology for cross-border success.
Join us June 6 and 7 in Washington, D.C. for the 8th Annual Bloomberg Tax and Baker McKenzie Global Transfer Pricing Conference. The Global Transfer Pricing Conference series brings together top government and regulatory officials, policy makers, senior practitioners from large multinational corporations, and leading industry experts to provide insight and analysis on the high level trends impacting transfer pricing in the coming year.
Over the course of the two days you’ll learn about the transfer pricing implications from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. We’ll address how government officials plan to implement the new law, how companies are adjusting their transfer pricing strategies, and how the reduced corporate tax rate could impact other countries and WTO rules.
In addition to a deep-dive on the impact of U.S. tax reform, we’ll also address the OECD’s work on financial transactions, key developments in taxation of the digital economy and expert insights and analysis on key transfer pricing issues including BEPS, country-by country reporting, attribution of profits to PE’s, APA’s, the MLI and more.
Bloomberg's Sustainable Business Summits bring together C-suite executives, influential investors, and innovative thought leaders to discuss how companies are using sustainability as a driver of business value. The summits leverage Bloomberg’s unrivaled business and markets expertise to convene conversations on the risks and opportunities around sustainability for corporate executives and innovative investors.
In 2018 Bloomberg will bring the Sustainable Business Summit to Amsterdam for the first time to address critical issues, including:
On June 27, Bloomberg Law Big Law Business will convene legal industry leaders to discuss the key challenges facing corporate counsel today at the Bloomberg Law In-House Forum.
In-house counsel are facing increasing pressure to step up as business executives and their input in the company’s policies and functions is essential to business success. Corporate legal departments must balance complying with rapidly evolving regulations, managing internal issues, and overall business goals.
Join your in-house peers at this unique leadership event to reflect internally on your corporate legal department and your role as an in-house counsel. This program will allow you to exchange insights on opportunities to be an essential part of your business and its strategy.
On October 4th, Bloomberg Law will host leading corporate counsel in New York to discuss the role of the legal department in company culture. With corporate misconduct splashed across the headlines with alarming regularity, in-house counsel are actively engaged in leading their businesses through changes in company culture, vision, and values.
Join your in-house peers at this unique leadership forum to reflect on the state of the corporate legal department and your own role as a business leader in balancing rapidly evolving regulations, reputation management, and overall commercial goals.
Through thought-provoking discussions and updates on current legal issues, the Bloomberg Law In-House Forum explores opportunities for in-house counsel to cement their essential role in executing business strategy.
Senior attorneys committed to advancing diversity & inclusion for their organization, including corporate counsel, diversity professionals and law firm partners, are invited to join 2018 Bloomberg Law Talent & Diversity Forum on Thursday, November 8.
For the 4th year, Bloomberg Law continues to examine the challenges that are preventing change in the legal industry, and seek solutions that are likely to inspire leaders to create the incentives, models, and structures to ensure increased diversity and stronger inclusion of ideas and skills in the profession.
With a commitment to identifying solutions, creating accountability towards new goals, and ensuring a stronger partnership between in-house and outside counsel, Bloomberg Law will highlight corporate counsel success stories as well as drawing out insights that provide actionable items for attendees to leverage in their own work.
For the latest reporting on diversity & inclusion in the legal industry, visit www.biglawbusiness.com.
Agenda to be announced.
Over a week-long summit, Bloomberg Government Next.2018 will convene executive speakers and government officials in Washington, DC to highlight the technology and policy shifts impacting commerce. Following the 2018 mid-term elections, Next.2018 dives into the balance of economic advances with losses, and how key industries plan to maximize economic opportunities.
Next.2018 will query exceptional minds for an in-depth discussion on global competition for technology-first organizations, both public and private, differentiated by the way they work and the products and services they provide to the market.
Bloomberg Government has featured conversations with:
In November, join Washington influencers at Next.2018 to discuss policy priorities for 2019 and beyond. Across a week of showcases, briefings, and salons, we will dig into the ever-changing dynamics transforming commerce and business. Explore Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity, Healthcare, Transportation, Digital Infrastructure, Financial Regulation, Big Data, Predictive Analytics and more.
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