Restructurings with Cross-Border Investments: Maintaining U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis Regulatory Compliance...


By Robert M. Schechter and Christopher F. Schultz

Bloomberg BNA, BNA's Bankruptcy Law Reporter, 27 BBLR 427, March 19, 2015 -- Whether seeking work in the international insolvency arena or not, restructuring and insolvency professionals are increasingly jumping into engagements with clients who hold interests beyond the borders of the clients’ home country. Clients (corporate or individual) with even minor business investments abroad, such as a minority stock interest or real estate holding for business purposes, may require special consideration and counseling to avoid harsh penalties for failure to satisfy regulatory reporting requirements.

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