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Tax Implications of the CFO's M&A Strategy

KPMG LLP (KPMG), in conjunction with CFO Research, developed a series of articles that highlight interviews with CFOs on how to make the most out of their organization's M&A strategy and how to avoid tax-related pitfalls that can destroy value in a transaction.

Adapting M&A Strategies for a Changing Market
Sticking to your playbook for growth
Parting Ways
Separations and divestitures to strengthen the business portfolio
The Importance of Being Expert
"First and foremost, what's right for the business"
Turning Special Interests to Your Advantage in M&A
Understanding who's on the other side of the table
Making the Most of M&A
A finance guide to supporting corporate growth (compendium of all articles)
KPMG contacts
Joseph Pari

Joseph Pari

National Principal-in-Charge, Washington National Tax
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Phil Cioffi

Phil Cioffi

U.S. National Leader, M&A Tax
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Devon Bodoh

Devon Bodoh

Principal, Washington National Tax - International M&A
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Matthew White

Matthew White

Principal, Washington National Tax
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Related resources
2016 M&A Outlook Survey

2016 M&A Outlook Survey

U.S. dealmakers are motivated by low interest rates, resilent stock prices, solid employment numbers, and an abundance of cash.

M&A Tax Services at KPMG

M&A Tax Services at KPMG

When you’re contemplating an acquisition, disposition, merger or restructuring, the importance of understanding and planning for the tax implications cannot be overlooked. It can mean the difference between exposing your business to dire risk or taking advantage of valuable transaction opportunities.

Our Mergers & Acquisitions Tax professionals can help. We have deep experience creating tax efficiencies throughout the life cycle of a client’s business.