By David M. Desmarais
By Daniel M. Andrea
By Paul Nadeau, Jr.
By Jamie Hansen, CPA, MSNM
October 14, 2019
99 Summer Street, Suite 520
Example Speaker 1, Example Speaker 2
Join KLR and Partridge Snow & Hahn for a breakfast seminar on Opportunity Zones Demystified: Opportunities and Challenges for Fund Sponsors.
Register now to join KLR and Partridge Snow & Hahn for a breakfast seminar on Opportunity Zones Demystified: Opportunities and Challenges for Fund Sponsors on May 14th at the offices of KLR, 99 Summer Street, Suite 520, Boston, MA.
Everyone is talking about Opportunity Zones in the investment and real estate communities. Investments in property and businesses in Opportunity Zones, if done properly through a Qualified Opportunity Fund (a “QOF”), could create tremendous tax savings. However, due to the requirements and current proposed regulations, fitting an Opportunity Zone investment into a typical Venture Capital / Private Equity fund structure may create challenges.
Among the issues that fund sponsors will want to address are: