Using Irish Treaty Funds To Avoid US Taxes In Direct Lending

Sept. 30, 2019

Given the emergence of direct lending as a popular asset class for institutional investors, an Irish treaty fund could be a powerful tool for U.S. managers with access to foreign capital. Cadwalader partners Jason Schwartz and Gregg Jubin provide analysis via Law360.

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