Event hosted by McGuireWoods London LLP

American Business Insight: Understanding Tax Issues When Doing Business in the US

Event date: Wednesday March 7th 2012

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The US is the UK’s largest single export market. BritishAmerican Business is pleased to introduce a new series in London, “American Business Insight”. The series will aim to equip companies with the knowledge and understanding required to successfully enter the US market, how to further expand their existing operations and take an in depth look at the key elements that help create and maintain a thriving business.

In the second seminar of the series, we will be focusing on the US tax regime. Our expert panel of speakers will provide practical advice and guidance on the key US taxation issues to be considered upon entering the US market including:  

  • Overview of US tax regime
  • Activities giving rise to US tax
  • Selecting the right legal entity for US business and investment activities
  • Utilizing the UK/US treaty to minimize taxes
  • Identifying US tax issues in the license of technology and intellectual property

Confirmed Speakers Include:    

  • Helena Whitmore, Director of Tax, McGuireWoods London LLP
  • Robert McElroy, Partner, McGuireWoods London LLP 


Wednesday March 7th 2012


8:00am - 9:30am


McGuireWoods London LLP
11 Pilgrim Street
London, EC4V 6RN

Nearest Tube

City Thameslink

Attendance Fees

Transatlantic Council Level Members: 2 Complimentary Places
Sponsor Level Members: 1 Complimentary Place
Corporate Level Members: £35.00+VAT (£42.00)
Non-Members: £70.00+VAT (£84.00)

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