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Tax Reform: Implications for Insurers and Reinsurers

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202works is pleased to announce a new learning opportunity, sponsored by the Consumer Credit Industry Association (CCIA): Tax Reform: Implications for Insurers and Reinsurers.

A new tax structure was signed into law for the 2018 tax season. Individuals and companies are diligently working to understand the implications.

Hear from two experts on the new tax law. Jim Sabella, CPA and Tax Partner at Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP joins Chris Flanagan, Partner at Locke Lord LLP to provide key insights into the new tax plan, covering:

  • The top changes specific to insurance companies
  • Statutory vs. GAAP accounting implications
  • Base Erosion Anti-abuse Tax (BEAT)
  • Changes to the rules for Controlled Foreign Corporations (CFCs)
  • Changes to the rules for Passive Foreign Investment Companies (PFICs)


Speaker Bios:

Jim Sabella
Partner, Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP

Mr. Sabella currently serves as the Partner in Charge of the Insurance Services Group Tax Team. He has 30+ years of experience in the insurance industry, with substantial experience serving national and global entities that range in size from Fortune 50 multinational public companies to small mutual insurance companies. full bio

Christopher M. Flanagan
Partner, Locke Lord, Boston Tax Group

Mr. Flanagan’s general corporate and partnership tax practice focuses on tax planning and analysis in the transactional area. He has particular experience in representing public and private companies in taxable and tax-free acquisitions and divestitures of corporate subsidiaries and divisions, and in reorganizations and restructurings. Chris also represents companies in the structuring and formation of major corporate joint ventures, limited liability companies, and large venture capital/private equity funds, as well as advising companies on the tax issues attendant to both public and private debt and equity offerings. full bio


This learning opportunity is offered at no direct cost to CCIA members and its sponsored guests.

A special thank you to our call sponsor:


CCIA


CCIA fosters consumer financial security by assuring a healthy market for consumer asset and debt protection products. Made available through lenders, retailers and auto dealers, the products help consumers meet their loan or payment obligations should an unforeseen event arise such as disability, job loss, death, auto mechanical repairs, or failure to secure primary insurance coverage.


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