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    • FATCA Imperative: A Practical Approach to Compliance FATCA Imperative: A Practical Approach to Compliance George Kyroudis, Tax Practice Director, Craig Wible, Director, Global FATCA, Richard Hossain, Risk Advisory – FATCA Recorded: Apr 25 2013 3:00 pm UTC 61 mins
    • The U.S. Treasury Department and IRS have released the final regulations under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA). Under FATCA, U.S. taxpayers with specified foreign financial assets that exceed certain thresholds must report those assets to the IRS. In addition, FATCA will require foreign financial institutions to report directly to the IRS information about financial accounts held by U.S. taxpayers, or held by foreign entities in which U.S. taxpayers hold a substantial ownership interest.

      FATCA is here to stay. It’s broad-reaching and complex. So how do you implement its regulations in a pragmatic way for your organization? This webinar goes beyond an overview of FATCA to a practical discussion of what your organization must do to be compliant, with recommendations from seasoned tax professionals on how to prepare for the long-term impacts.

      After participating in this webinar, you will be able to:
      •Describe how the final FATCA regulations will impact your company
      •Identify key issues facing U.S. withholding agents in both the financial services and non-financial services industries
      •Develop an action plan of what your organization should be doing now to prepare and become compliant for FATCA
      •Recognize legal and operational challenges surrounding FATCA compliance

      Eligible for 1 CPE Credit

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    • FATCA: Crunch Time FATCA: Crunch Time Mark Gilmartin, BARCLAYS;David Nable, CREDIT SUISSE;Jacob Gertel, SIX FINANCIAL;Peter Ku, INFORMATICA Recorded: May 28 2014 3:30 pm UTC 66 mins
    • The US Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) has its July 1 implementation deadline just about one month from now. As crunch time approaches, are firms prepared with the systems, processes and identifiers they need to have in place? Do they understand all the relevant facets of the rules and do they have the resources to comply? This webcast will look at the intricate facets of FATCA compliance from the point of view of those affected.

      - Are the necessary processes and capabilities in place or close enough to operational to adequately accommodate FATCA compliance efforts starting July 1?
      - Is spending for FATCA compliance rising? Is it proving very costly or too costly?
      - What is the scope of the operational demands for FATCA compliance?
      - How is FATCA compliance changing data governance and data management operations in the industry?
      - What aspects of data technology operations are most important to FATCA compliance?
      - What aspects of overall firm operations are most important?

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    • FATCA Final Regulations: The Clock is Ticking FATCA Final Regulations: The Clock is Ticking Richard Kando, Jeffrey Locke Recorded: Mar 14 2013 5:00 pm UTC 54 mins
    • The due diligence requirements for new and pre-existing accounts are now set and deadlines are quickly approaching. There are less than 10 months until FATCA goes live and foreign financial institutions across the globe need to start getting ready now. FATCA’s Final Regulations and the model intergovernmental agreements (“IGAs”), although complex when first read, can be simplified to make implementation more efficient.

      In this complimentary webcast, Navigant’s FATCA experts Richard Kando and Jeffrey Locke will discuss concrete steps, challenges and best practices that all financial institutions need to know to successfully operationalize FATCA’s due diligence requirements.

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    • Are you FATCA ready? Are you FATCA ready? Morrison & Foerster's Thomas Humphreys and Remmelt Reigersman; IFLR's Lucy McNulty Recorded: Oct 9 2012 3:00 pm UTC 89 mins
    • By now many have heard of the US Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) and its impact on the US and international capital markets. The FATCA provisions, which will be phased in beginning on January 1 2014 could dramatically alter the way US corporations raise funds abroad, the way non-US financial institutions are forced to comply with US tax law, as well as the way many foreign investors invest in US securities.

      The panel will discuss:
      The background of FATCA;
      The FATCA 30% tax on "withholdable payments" such as interest, dividends, and securities sales proceeds beginning January 1 2014 and on "passthru payments" beginning January 1 2017; and,
      The impact of FATCA on capital markets transactions including equity and debt offerings, swap transactions and other structured products.

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    • FATCA Compliance — Preparing for the Challenges Ahead FATCA Compliance — Preparing for the Challenges Ahead Richard Kando, Jeffrey Locke, Philip West, Esq., Recorded: Jun 22 2011 4:00 pm UTC 70 mins
    • The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (“FATCA”) is likely the most far-reaching statute to combat offshore tax evasion in recent history. FATCA generally mandates foreign financial institutions (“FFI”) and non-financial foreign entities (“NFFE”) to identify accounts owned by, or for the beneficial interest of, United States taxpayers to the Internal Revenue Service. The penalty for non-compliance is steep: a 30% withholding tax on certain payments.

      This webcast provides an overview of FATCA and examines the legal and regulatory impacts on foreign financial institutions.

      What You Will Learn:

      --FATCA Overview
      --The Law and IRS Guidance
      --Practical Considerations

      Who Should Attend:

      Representatives from Compliance, Tax, Operations, Legal and Client Services from financial institutions. Also, in-house and outside counsel interested in or currently working on matters involving international tax, anti-money laundering or anti-corruption will benefit from this program.

      Presenters:

      Please join Richard Kando and Jeffrey Locke of Navigant Consulting, and Philip West, Esq., a partner at Steptoe and Johnson LLP, as they address these issues as well as your questions.

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    • The Impact of Upcoming Regulation On Data Management The Impact of Upcoming Regulation On Data Management Ronan Brennan, CTO, MoneyMate Recorded: Jul 25 2012 2:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • Regulation is a key driver in the industry and in an unprecedented age of openness and transparency continues to be the no. 1 driver for asset managers investing in data and reporting initiatives. Companies want to mitigate the risk of inaccurate information being in the public domain and many are embarking on data management projects – which will save time, reduce errors and automate processes. The key themes we see center on capability to deliver a systematic, repeatable and auditable data publication process for client-facing data.
      This webcast will focus on how upcoming regulations will impact the industry and how asset managers need to prepare to ensure they stay ahead in a highly competitive market. Specific topics to be covered include: the latest version of AIFMD, the final throes of the Retail Distribution Review, the latest on KIID for PRIPS, UCITS V, how being important or “SIFI” is no longer so desirable, Volcker, FATCA and last but certainly not least Pillar III of Solvency II. Finally, we will touch on what is around the corner and run through some recommendations with respect to preparing for the swathe of upcoming regulatory change.

      Speaker Biography
      Ronan Brennan, CTO, is responsible for the strategic development of MoneyMate’s product technical architecture, product delivery and implementation. Ronan has over 15 years' technology experience and over 10 years’ experience in the funds industry. Ronan is the key evangelist for MoneyMate and participates as a speaker/panellist in many industry events each year, in addition to publishing a company blog and writing white papers and articles. Ronan has an honours degree in Computer Science from Trinity College Dublin.

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