FTS is the only tax firm exclusively dedicated to the Alternative Investment Industry. Our professional team is comprised of former Big Four CPAs, JDs, CFAs and MBAs with extensive knowledge and experience in servicing Hedge Funds and Private Equity Funds. By providing only non-audit services, the FTS team is able to proactively focus on a broad range of services to help our clients achieve their goals. At Fund Tax Services our tax professionals specialize in providing comprehensive tax planning, tax compliance, and tax structuring for Hedge Funds, Private Equity Funds, and Real Estate Funds in the Alternative Investment Industry. Our Capital Introduction team works to closely match our fund clients to investors within the alternative fund investor community based on the criteria provided by our clients. We work to help our clients grow. We concentrate on the complete fund structure including the investment partnership, the general partners, the portfolio companies, and the limited partners. We develop an integrated and inclusive approach to addressing our client issues and assist with tax planning and decision making to achieve tax efficient goals. FTS’s cutting-edge technology enables us to provide our client services in a more secure and efficient manner. Our paperless office allows us to collaborate effortlessly – working smarter, faster, and seamlessly from any location. FTS has locations in Boston, Greenwich, New York, Portland, and Bermuda. Our tax compliance center in Portland, Maine offers enormous savings to our clients.
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FTS was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in New York, US

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FTSE reshuffle: Royal Mail and troubled Provident Financial relegated

Troubled sub-prime lender Provident Financial has crashed out of the FTSE 100, the London Stock Exchange today confirmed. Royal Mail will also drop out of the blue-chip index in September, with housebuilder Berkeley Group and United Arab Emirates-based healthcare provider NMC Health taking their …

FTSE 100 breaks 7,500 points for the first time ever

The FTSE 100 rose steadily to yet another record high, breaking the symbolically important 7,500 point mark in morning trading as the pound dipped. The index rose by more than 0.57 per cent at the time of writing to reach 7,505.46 points. Meanwhile sterling fell below $1.29 against the US doll…

How does the FTSE 100 perform before elections?

Data shows that markets tend to rise in the lead-up to elections when there is a degree of confidence about who the likely winner will be. Clear-cut general election campaigns tend to have a positive effect on the stock market, history suggests. Our analysis looked at the final six weeks of th…

Kapow: The FTSE 250 has hit a new record high

The FTSE 250 hit a new record high this morning as investors made the most of the pound's low, low price against the euro - and it was dragged higher by a real estate merger. The index jumped almost 250 points to 19,600 in early trading as the pound fell more than one per cent against the euro fo…

Sterling stabilises as FTSE 100 sees 2017 gains wiped out

Sterling stabilised on Wednesday morning, trading near levels not seen since before the October flash crash and undoing all of the gains in the FTSE 100 since the start of 2017. Prime Minister Theresa May shocked markets yesterday by announcing she would seek a General Election on 8 June. Ster…

The FTSE 100 is continuing to slide after Tuesday's rout

LONDON — Britain's benchmark share index, the FTSE 100, is marginally lower on Wednesday morning, extending the losses seen on Tuesday, following Prime Minister Theresa May's call for a snap general election. On Tuesday, the FTSE 100 was down by close to 2.5%, marking its bi…
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