What middle-market private equity funds should know about C-corp conversions

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    Since the enactment of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), a number of large private equity (PE) funds previously structured as publicly traded partnerships (PTPs) have converted to C corporations, leaving some middle-market PE funds wondering whether they should do the same. 

    In a newly published article for Bloomberg Tax, CohnReznick’s Jeremy Swan, Jonathan R. Collett, and Robert Richardt discuss benefits and drawbacks that middle-market PE funds should take into account if they contemplate such a change.

    Read their article at BloombergTax.com, or download the PDF below.


    Jeremy Swan, Managing Principal, Financial Sponsors & Financial Services Industry


    Jonathan R. Collett, CPA, Partner, Financial Services Industry


    Robert Richardt,  CPA, Partner, Financial Services Industry



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