An Online Workshop with Joe Wallin from Carney Law
In the intricate world of investments and startups, understanding the structure and implications of Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs) is crucial. “SPVs and Investing in Groups” is a workshop designed to provide clarity and guidance on setting up SPVs, tailored for both seasoned investors and startups at the cusp of their funding journey. This session will walk you through the essentials of SPVs, emphasizing the operational, tax, and regulatory aspects, including the latest from FinCEN on beneficial ownership reporting.
The workshop aims to offer a balanced perspective, making it relevant for investors looking to optimize their investment structures and for startups seeking clarity on how these vehicles can impact their funding process. Joe Wallin will lead the discussion, focusing on the practical implications of SPVs in the current regulatory landscape, the tax considerations to keep in mind, and the steps involved in setting them up properly.
This gathering is more than just a learning experience; it’s an opportunity to connect with a community that shares your interests in investment and innovation. It’s a chance to engage, ask questions, and gain insights that are directly applicable to your professional journey.
About the Speaker:
Joe Wallin, a respected member of the Carney Law firm, will be sharing his expertise in this workshop. With extensive experience in corporate, securities, and startup law, Joe’s insights are both practical and informative. He is well-versed in the complexities of legal and regulatory requirements.
Save your spot now – limited availability!
SPV and Investing in Groups