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Avoiding the Excess Parachute Payments Trap in M&A Deals

During the course of M&A events, compliance with Section 280G of the tax code is sometimes left to be settled at the last minute. However, waiting to address 280G can carry adverse financial implications for the selling bank and its employees. If selling the bank is one of the strategic options your institution is considering, some thought should be given to the planning opportunities available to avoid 280G issues. "Avoiding the Excess Parachute Payments Trap in M&A Deals," by Barack Ferrazzano Compensation & Employment Group Chair Donald L. Norman and partner Andrew K. Strimaitis, targets this concern and provides guidance on options available for 280G planning.

Click here to read Don and Andrew's article describing methods and steps your institution can take to tackle 280G.

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