While the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act legislation isnt exactly breaking news, its impact on the hedge fund industry has been significant, and yet many unanswered questions remain.  Theres still a ton of confusion, limited guidance, and many funds scratching their heads about how to act on certain issues.Can your fund afford to fall into expensive traps?

The time for a forum like this has never been greater and were pleased to offer the hedge fund communitycutting-edge insightand access to some of the mostdistinguished tax professionalsin the country. You wont find a more thorough, advantageous hedge fund tax conference anywhere.  Take a look at the program and see for yourself!

Working Through Key Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Provisions That Significantly Affect Hedge Funds

Qualified Opportunity Zones: New Tax Benefit for Investors and Managers?

Carried Interest Update: The New Three-Year Holding Period Rule

Footnote Disclosures Under the TCJA and Other New Disclosures

What You Currently Need to Know About GILTI, BEAT and the Transition Tax

October 15th is Just Around the Corner! Effectively Preparing Individual Tax Returns under the TCJA

This conference has been pragmatically crafted to tackle the many complex tax issues that hedge funds face. Youll learn alongside and expand your network of:

…as well as some of the industrys most well-known and sought-after tax lawyers and accountants

Receive the most up-to-date developments about ever-changing federal and state tax legislation

Catch-up on lessons learned by expert practitioners from one of the more complicated tax seasons in decades

Get the latest insight on how carried interest legislation will affect hedge funds

Discover how Qualified Opportunity Zones can offer new tax benefits for investors and managers

Understand how foreign tax issues like GILTI, BEAT, the transition tax, and other important developments affect hedge funds

Fine-tune your tax practices by learning the latest tips, tricks, and techniques for solving

Get highly useful guidance on year-end tax planning

Good topics and speakers were willing to engage with attendees after they spoke

Content was specific to my job and provided important detail for my role

Solid technical discussion but presented in a way that wasnt brutally dry and didnt go over my head. Very nice use of applicable examples.

Very current, practical, and thoughtful analysis

Conference Registration & Networking Breakfast

– Welcome and Opening Remarks from the Conference Chairperson

Working Through Key Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Provisions That Significantly Affect Hedge Funds

Effectively Preparing Individual Tax Returns under the TCJA October 15th is Just Around the Corner!

Getting a Head Start on Year-End Tax Planning

Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Tax Considerations and More

Latest on IRS Audits, Partnership Audits and Recent Tax Controversies to be Aware of

AMAs New York Executive Conference Center is the largest Conference Center in New York City. Conveniently located at 48th and Broadway in the heart of New York Citys bustling Times Square, the Center is within blocks of some of the best restaurants, shops, and entertainment for which New York is famous.

Program Learning Objectives:Conference participants will gain advanced knowledge of new tax legislation affecting hedge fund investments/investors both domestically and abroad. They will also get relevant guidance on how to strategize investments for better tax efficiency and comply with new and existing IRS rules.

Program Description:This event will primarily cover the effects of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and its effect on hedge funds. Additionally, this course will offer insightful tips and strategies to help fund tax practitioners be ready for year-end tax planning.

Prerequisites:Working knowledge of basic hedge fund tax codes, principles, and standards

CPE Credit Breakdown:Attendees are eligible to receive up to 12.5 CPE credits in theTaxfield of study

Insight Exchange Network is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website:.

IEN will issue CPE certificates to all eligible attendees 7-10 business days post-conference via email. The number of CPE credits issued will be based on the actual time spent in instructional sessions during the event. Please note that, while rare, changes to the final conference agenda may be beyond our control but we will do our absolute best to ensure that any change will be met with relevant alternatives.