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Corporate Transparency Act

MMM has created a dedicated Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) Task Force that leverages our attorneys’ significant compliance, corporate governance, and government enforcement experience to assist clients with the new reporting requirements.

In 2021, as part of efforts to enhance national security and further prevent multiple types of illicit activity, Congress passed new anti-money laundering legislation in the form of the CTA. This law imposes significant new beneficial ownership disclosure and reporting requirements on a wide range of companies that became effective on January 1, 2024.

Under the CTA, many corporations, partnerships, and limited liability companies will be required to disclose certain information to the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). However, not every business is subject to these reporting requirements and there are a host of reporting exemptions.  

The MMM CTA Task Force has written a comprehensive guide to the Corporate Transparency Act, as well as a checklist to help with the compliance process. Our team will continue to monitor and report on all developments to assist impacted companies. Join our CTA practice email list to receive the latest information and updates. 

Ways we can help:

  • Compliance and reporting
  • Corporate governance
  • Entity formation
  • Fund structuring and investment
  • Tax advice