Powering deals through the game-changing Global M&A Tax Virtual Hub

Igniting opportunities for private equity

Apr 25, 2023

This was originally published on March 9, 2021 and has been updated.

Whether you're regularly conducting cross-border transactions or just considering one, you can turn to the experienced global mergers and acquisitions tax team at RSM for guidance to provide local and global insight every step of the way.

The Global M&A Tax Virtual Hub creates a new experience for middle market businesses by delivering real-time market insights and innovative ideas directly from M&A tax professionals in Hong Kong, Mexico, Netherlands and the United Kingdom, who are now dedicating their time to multinational clients.

Private equity dealmakers looking to expand globally can rely on this ideally positioned team to facilitate conversations and keep transactions moving, offering full visibility into current and future tax considerations at a local, regional and global level.

RSM’s M&A tax specialists are continually reimagining how to help clients navigate dynamic and complex tax landscapes.

“The Global M&A Tax Virtual Hub enhances our service delivery model for M&A tax,” says Vikas Sekhri, national leader for RSM US M&A tax services and the leader of the program. “It complements existing U.S. and global M&A tax team members as part of a single, virtually connected team, dedicated exclusively to serving our U.S. and global clients on cross-border transactions. We believe this initiative further demonstrates our commitment to being the first-choice advisor to middle market leaders globally.”

The hub takes shape

The hub deepens our involvement in tax issues across the geographic spectrum. Focusing our talents and efforts around critical needs of the market is at the core of the program, which Jerry Martin, international tax leader, has supported since development.

"I am excited for our clients and our team members. Now, together with our clients and our virtual team, we can accelerate what we’ve been doing with fewer barriers" says Martin. "When our clients are successful, our people are successful, and we do our part to provide for the economy."