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Operational and Technical Changes for FATCA Compliance Conference

Event : Operational and Technical Changes for FATCA Compliance Conference

Wed, 30/01/2013  
Conducted by : Marcus Evans
Contact : Michele Westergaard

 Key Themes of the Operational and Technical Changes for FATCA Compliance Conference Include: 

1. Challenges of FATCA regulations and prospects for the final regulation
2. Achieving operational and infrastructural efficiency
3. Coordinating existing AML/KYC procedures with FATCA compliance
4. FATCA from the FFI’s perspective
5. Beyond banking: the challenges of FATCA implementation
6. Coping with the withholding obligation under FATCA
 
This is not a trade show; our conference series is targeted at a focused group of senior level executives to maintain an intimate atmosphere for the delegates and speakers. Since we are not a vendor driven conference, the higher level focus allows delegates to network with their industry peers.
 


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