FATCA Compliance Conference
December 3-5, 2012
New York, NY

Contact: David Drey, ddrey@marcusevansch.com or 312-540-3000 x6583

The new FATCA compliance act has caused a major concern for financial institutions in the US and in foreign countries. Some of these concerns simply derive from the deadlines and compliance agreements that several entities must enter into in order to avoid being charged a 30% withholding tax on funds. With the compliance deadline looming over the global financial industry, many financial institutions want to ensure they have systems in place to comply with the various provisions of FATCA. The penalties for non compliance are significant and that is why it is imperative that financial institutions adequately prepare, understand and comply with the standards of the implementation process for the new regulations.

Attendees will benefit from a dynamic peer-to-peer presentation format consisting of workshops, interactive panel discussions and case studies. Each network and interactive session will be followed by 10-15 minutes of Q&A affording all in attendance an opportunity to get the answers to questions affecting their business. Moreover, 4+ hours of networking opportunities will supply attendees with benchmarking and best practices sharing amongst their peers.

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