The Duff & Phelps Site Selection and Incentives Advisory practice is proud to sponsor the Novogradac 2018 New Markets Tax Credit Fall Conference, which will be held October 18-19 in Austin, Texas.
The annual conference features topics that focus on current issues and best practices in community development, including:
The latest developments from Washington, including how the midterm Congressional elections could impact efforts to extend the NMTC program;
How the investor market looks after the reduction of the corporate tax rate and introduction of the BEAT;
How the new opportunity zones incentive fits in with new markets tax credits; and
How to define and measure the impact of NMTCs beyond jobs created and services delivered.
Director Doug Rasmussen in Duff & Phelps’ Site Selection and Incentives Advisory practice will participate on the panel titled, “Due Diligence for Underwriting NMTC transactions”. This session will discuss the due diligence required for underwriting those transactions, information that can help all involved.
For more information, please visit the Novogradac & Company LLP website.
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$130 million credit facility
Following an accelerated M&A process, Duff & Phelps sold the business and assets to Reynolds Catering Supplies Limited in a transaction which preserved the jobs of all 62 staff.
As Administrator, Duff & Phelps sold majority of the business and assets to Hilding Anders Holdings Limited, saving the jobs of over 100 employees.
Duff & Phelps achieved a business turnaround following 18 months of trading, during which time the theme park and additional properties were developed through investment of £35m. Exit was via CVA which enabled dividend to be paid to unsecured creditors.