Saren Goldner uses her knowledge of complex international tax rules to help non-U.S. companies and their investors understand the interaction of various provisions of the U.S. tax laws to operations in different countries. Saren aids clients with structuring operations, treaty applications and insurance specific tax issues. She also advises clients on public and private securities offerings (including securitizations), the structuring of international insurance operations, the formation of captive insurance companies and cell companies and tax-exempt issues. She represents clients in catastrophe bond transactions and the formation and structuring of non-U.S. life settlement funds.
Saren represented a Fortune 100 health insurance company in the first health insurance-linked bond offering and represents insurance and reinsurance clients in their private and public offerings, including formations and initial public offerings in the U.S. and abroad.
Saren was tax counsel at a large international law firm before joining Sutherland. In addition, she served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Herbert L. Chabot at the United States Tax Court.
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