October 8, 2013
How will individuals US taxpayers, and corporations be affected by FATCA?
What does FATCA mean for foreign financial institutions?
FATCA was enacted in the United States in 2010 in order to combat off shore tax evasion but it is finally set to take effect in 2014. As part of FATCA, US Treasury and IRS established comprehensive regulations for information reporting and withholding tax provisions affecting foreign institutions carrying accounts of US taxpayers.
Mexican and Spanish Tax Authorities have signed agreements with their US counterparts in order to have reciprocity on these reporting requirements. This has created an unprecedented regulatory challenge for taxpayers and financial institutions in the three countries.
The Spain-US Chamber of Commerce and the United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce invite you to attend this seminar.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8
4:45 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
HUNTON & WILLIAMS
200 Park Avenue, New York
Carles Farré - KPMG
Carmine Salute - Markit (bio)
Lev Shoykhet - Citco
Cary Tolley - Hunton & Williams LLP
To RSVP or for additional details, please contact Michelle Martinez Reyes.