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Broadcom plans to redomicile in United States

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Broadcom announced that it intends to initiate a redomiciliation process to change the parent company of the Broadcom corporate group from a Singapore company to a U.S. corporation.

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The redomiciliation will occur whether or not there is corporate tax reform in the United States, although the final form and timing of the redomiciliation will be affected by any corporate tax reform.

The redomiciliation will be voted on by the company’s shareholders and is expected to be effected in a manner intended to be tax-free to Broadcom’s equity holders.

“We believe the USA presents the best place for Broadcom to create shareholder value,” said Hock Tan, the Company’s president and CEO.


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