Global Tax Transparency for Latin America & the Caribbean 2015

Date
2015-08-04 - 2015-08-05
Venue
Organizer
Event contact title
Marketing Manager
Event contact first name
Anna
Event contact last name
Bradford
Email
info@hansonwade.com
Event contact telephone number
+44 (0) 20 3141 8700
Description
At Global Tax Transparency for Latin America & the Caribbean you will learn exactly how to prepare yourself for future FATCA reporting, how to mitigate your risk of non-compliance and how to link this with UK FATCA and GATCA. You will gain an understanding of how to use compliance to give you a competitive edge; raising your compliance levels to international standards, reducing costs and successfully implementing multidisciplinary FATCA. Over the course of two days you will analyze the experience of other Financial Institutions and Local Tax Authorities at the forefront of FATCA regulation in Latin America and the Caribbean. By participating in interactive panel sessions and through hearing insights and case studies from market leaders, you will learn how to: -Navigate the FATCA minefield. Insights from the Financial Secretary of the British Virgin Islands -Manage multiple IGAs effectively across Latin America. Hear the most effective methods from Banco de Crédito del Perú -Discover what technological challenges you will face when implementing FATCA. Hear from SAT and the Department of Treasury in Colombia -Accurately assess the specific risks associated with each regulatory environment across Latin America & Caribbean. Learn from the former Tax Coordinator in Chile -Understand how to link FATCA with the Common Reporting Standard with insights from Banco do Brasil

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