Marc Schultz, a Partner at Snell & Wilmer and Adam Gatto, Senior VP of Colliers Hotels and Hospitality Group came to speak to CREW Utah this month about the evolution of the rules and regulations surrounding Opportunity Zone Incentives.
They discussed the notion of how to maintain assets that qualify as “quality” assets under the regulations, outlined how to determine cash-bad assets per the regulations, and reviewed the multiple reinvestment timeline requirements that are now in force.
Marc and Adam also touched on how an investor might best select and diversify an Opportunity Zone investment portfolio, as well as some of the local areas that may be of interest to the members of the group.
A special thanks to:
Marc Schultz, of Snell & Wilmer
Adam Gatto, Senior VP of Colliers Hotels and Hospitality Group
Our CREW Utah luncheon sponsors Snell & Wilmer and Wasatch Environmental
And CREW members Leeza Evensen and Gwen Knight for coordinating this month’s event