Corporate Transparency Act's Impact on Real Estate: Reporting Companies; Exemptions; Beneficial Ownership Reporting
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will examine the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA), effective Jan. 1, 2024, and its impact on real estate entities and transactions, including who is considered a "reporting company" subject to new beneficial ownership information (BOI) reporting requirements and whether an exemption applies. The panel will also discuss certain state laws that impose similar reporting requirements as the CTA. Finally, the panel will describe best practices for real estate counsel to assist their clients with preparing for the CTA's implementation and ongoing compliance.
- CTA overview
- Reporting company
- Beneficial ownership
- Company applicants
- Reporting requirements
- CTA exemptions
- BOI storage and access
- Impact on real estate entities
- Pooled investment vehicles
- Effect on real estate transactions
- Lenders' AML protocols
- Due diligence for investors/buyers
- Status of noteworthy state transparency laws
- Best practices for compliance
The panel will review these and other important considerations:
- Which real estate entities will likely be most affected by the CTA's implementation and why?
- What exemptions may apply?
- How will the CTA's reporting requirements affect real estate transactions for lenders and investors/buyers?
- How will BOI be stored and who will have access to the information?
- What state laws should real estate counsel be aware of that have similar reporting requirements as the CTA?
Hunton Andrews Kurth
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Andrew J. Weiner
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman
Mr. Weiner’s practice is global in scope, with a significant and sustained concentration on transactions in the... | Read More
Mr. Weiner’s practice is global in scope, with a significant and sustained concentration on transactions in the New York metropolitan area. Since 1976, Mr. Weiner has represented domestic and foreign clients in equity and debt transactions, the creation of real estate funds and joint ventures, and transactions involving distressed real estate. His practice has had a significant concentration in the hospitality and real estate investment trust (REIT) sectors, and in leasing. Mr. Weiner’s clients have included funds, family offices, institutional lenders, universities, non-U.S. investors and New York City developers.Close