WEBCAST

Reconciliation Bill Tax Provisions: Implications for Asset Management

Webcast overview

Washington is busy… On September 15th, the House Ways & Means Committee approved its portion of legislation relating to the 2022 Budget Reconciliation Bill. The Ways and Means provisions contain a number of significant tax provisions that could impact the Asset Management industry if enacted. This webcast will provide an overview of such tax provisions, the potential impact on the industry, and the prospects for ultimate enactment.

Please join us for what promises to be an insightful and informative webcast. This webcast is part of our “Washington Wednesday” series that we will be holding throughout the fall as we explore the prospects and substance of these potential legislative developments. 

For more information on the general business tax compliance implications, view the replay of September 20, 2021 KPMG TaxWatch webcast: Reconciliation Bill Tax Provisions: Overview and What's to Come.

Featured speakers

Robert Keller

Robert Keller

Partner, Passthroughs, Washington National Tax, KPMG US

Sarah I. Staudenraus

Sarah I. Staudenraus

Partner, Passthroughs, Washington National Tax, KPMG US

Jon G. Finkelstein

Jon G. Finkelstein

Principal, Passthroughs, Washington National Tax, KPMG US

Sam Riesenberg

Sam Riesenberg

Principal, Washington National Tax - International Tax, KPMG US

Terri Stecher

Terri Stecher

Director, Compensation & Benefits, Washington National Tax, KPMG US

Jennifer Acuna

Jennifer Acuna

Principal, Federal Legislative & Regulatory Services, KPMG US

Deborah Fields

Deborah Fields

Partner in Charge, Passthroughs, Washington National Tax, KPMG US

Kevin Valek

Kevin Valek

Partner, Tax Asset Management, KPMG US

Jay Freedman

Jay Freedman

Principal, Tax Asset Management, KPMG US

Jeff Millen

Jeff Millen

Partner, Tax, BTS - NYFS Asset Management, KPMG US