FATCA: discussion of proposed regulations and the business and operational impact on your company
Join Ernst & Young’s global FATCA team to discuss the IRS’s recently released FATCA regulations
On 8 February, the Internal Revenue Service released proposed rules under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA). While the FATCA rules are based in tax law, the business impact of these rules is both far-reaching and complex. Your client on-boarding and maintenance strategies must adjust, and this will impact customer relations, risk management, legal, operations, compliance/AML and supporting technologies. Understanding the fundamental components of FATCA and developing a sequence and priority for your efforts will be critical to achieving cost-efficient compliance with limited business impact.
To help you navigate these new regulations and understand their impact on your business, we have developed a business operations focused webcast to share the complexities, challenges and strategies necessary to move towards compliance.
Please join us for a 90-minute webcast as our global panel, made up of Ernst & Young FATCA, AML/compliance, operations, tax and IT professionals, summarizes the various elements of the proposed rules and outlines a method to develop an effective implementation strategy.
Who should attend? Business, operations, AML/compliance, technology and tax IT professionals interested in understanding the far-reaching business impact of implementing FATCA.
Featuring panelists from Ernst & Young’s global FATCA team
Steven Beattie, Anti-Money Laundering Services Leader, Financial Services Office, Ernst & Young LLP
Neil Bromberg, FATCA Implementation Operations and Technology, Financial Services Office, Ernst & Young LLP
Tracey Bowen-Lowe, FATCA Global Delivery Services, Financial Services Office, Ernst & Young LLP (UK)
Julian Skingley, Tax, Financial Services Office, Ernst & Young LLP (UK)
Terry Cardew, Tax, Financial Services Office, Ernst & Young LLP