Corporate Inversions: Stanley Works and the Lure of Tax Havens Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

In response to the announcement of Stanley that it is moving to Bermuda - and the associated jump in market value - the main competitor seeks to determine how to assess the impact of the market transition to a tax haven, and whether the company should pay a tax haven. In particular, the financial director of the participant should ascribe Stanley share price movement on a few sizes of the potential tax savings (tax savings on foreign and interest payments) to see if there is anything else in the game (earnings stripping). In the process, mechanics and incentives created by the international tax regime is illustrated. For an executable tables (courses), please contact our customer service department at [email protected] "Hide
by Mihir A. Desai, Mark F. Veblen, James R. Hines Jr. Source: Harvard Business School 16 pages. Publication Date: September 18, 2002. Prod. #: 203008-PDF-ENG

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