Thursday, September 20, 8:30 – 10:00 AM
Amcham Finland Offices
Eteläranta 6 A 8, Helsinki
One of the most significant tax reforms of contemporary U.S. history went into effect on 1 January this year. How does this impact you and your business? What are the major trends for global companies doing business in the U.S.?
Join us on Thursday, September 20 over breakfast with two experts from Sullivan and Worcester, Douglas Stransky, Partner of the Tax Department and Leader of the International Tax Group, and Michael Student of the firm’s Corporate Group, who has a long history working with Finnish companies doing business in the States.
This exclusive event has limited space, which will allow for plenty of dialogue with our two visiting U.S. authorities.
Douglas S. Stransky
Partner, Sullivan & Worcester
Douglas S. Stransky is a partner in the Tax Department of Sullivan & Worcester’s Boston office and the leader of the International Tax Practice Group. Mr. Stransky concentrates his practice on international tax planning for clients in a wide range of industries with a particular emphasis on U.S.-based clients investing in foreign jurisdictions. Mr. Stransky is a former co-chair of the International Tax Committee of the Boston Bar Association, a member of the Board of Advisors for Practical U.S./International Tax Strategies, an author on numerous topics related to U.S. international tax, and a member of the adjunct faculty at the Boston University School of Law.
Counsel, Sullivan & Worcester
Michael J. Student is counsel in the Corporate Department of Sullivan & Worcester’s New York office. His practice focuses on assisting clients in a broad range of commercial endeavors, including mergers and acquisitions, venture capital, cross-border transactions, licensing, and strategic alliances. He regularly counsels enterprises in the technology sector. Mr. Student also advises non-U.S. companies looking to establish or expand in the United States, with a particular focus on clients in Finland and other parts of the Nordic region.
For more information contact:
Head of Advocacy
+358 50 504 7701