Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) Resources—Updated


Starting January 1, 2024, the U.S. Treasury's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) is implementing the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA). This legislation, which falls under the Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020, establishes new federal reporting requirements for entities, specifically requiring disclosures relating to the beneficial ownership and the organizers of such entities. 

To help organizations navigate this emerging regulatory environment and its operational challenges, Winstead has created a four-part CTA overview.  

For more information on the Corporate Transparency Act and to further understand the extent of your company’s reporting obligations, please contact your Winstead relationship attorney or any of the following Winstead attorneys:

Marcus Brooks  I  512.370.2886  I 

Billy Rohrlich  I  281.681.5912  I

Andrew Rosell  I  817.420.8261  I

Tave Doty  I  817.420.8206  I

Page Patrick  I  817.420.8282  I

Darby Strickland Fries  I  214.745.5291  I


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