October 28, 2020

Prospect of Biden Winning Could Spur Deal Making Rush Ahead of Tax Hikes

Global CRO Todd Albright shares comments on the impact a change in administration could have on dealmaking. A change in administration could mean changes to corporate and capital gains taxes and trade policies, which could potentially affect the urgency of some deals.

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