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Treasury Department Forwards Proposed Opportunity Zones Regulations to OMB

Posted by Benjamin Armour on Oct 22, 2018 4:15:00 PM

Client Alert: On September 12, 2018, the Treasury Department announced that its proposed Opportunity Zones Regulations have been forwarded to the Office of Management and Budget ("OMB") for review. This is the final step before the proposed Opportunity Zone Regulations will be issued to the public for comment.

Although proposed Regulations once issued by Treasury are not the final word as proposed regulations can be amended or withdrawn following public comment, the proposed Regulations foreshadow what final Regulations might look like.

Read the full Client Alert here.

Topics: Opportunity Zones, Tax Law

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John G. Balboni

John G. Balboni is a partner in our Boston-based Real Estate and Corporate Practice Groups. Mr. Balboni is a member of the firm's Management Committee and co-leader of the firm's Real Estate Group, focusing on debt and equity transactions. His practice in real estate and finance law includes private/preferred equity investing, structured real estate transactions, syndicated real estate projects, real estate crowdfunding, lending matters and fund formation. His clients include hedge funds, insurance companies, family offices, developers, investment banks, local, national and international banks, REITs and other institutional investors.

 

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