Annual Tax Seminar
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When: 7/30/2019
Where: Offices of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
4 Times Square
New York, New York 
United States
Contact: Andy Lebron

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This seminar is the IIB's most important event of the year on tax issues, bringing together leading tax experts (including representatives of IIB member banks and member firms of our Professional Liaison Committee), who will provide a detailed and authoritative review of the key tax issues and developments affecting internationally headquartered banking/financial institutions operating in the United States.   Co-Chairs of this year's seminar are: Howard Sacarob of Royal Bank of Canada, who also chairs the IIB's Tax Committee; Habibe Rubio of Westpac; Beatrice Montaudy of Barclays; and Robert Shapiro of Societe Generale.  

While the seminar is designed for tax specialists, all interested professionals from both the U.S. operations and head offices of our member institutions are encouraged to register. 

Topics to be covered include:

- The Evolving Transfer Pricing Landscape
- Pending Tax Law Changes and the Impact on Foreign Bank Funding
- State & Local Tax Developments
- BEAT Compliance Preparations
- Audit Controversies
Attendees at the seminar who are licensed accountants in either New York or New Jersey will be eligible for Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits.  In addition, seminar attendees who are subject to the New York continuing legal education requirement will be eligible to receive CLE credit (transitional CLE credit for newly admitted attorneys and non-transitional credit for experienced attorneys). In this connection, a copy of the IIB's financial assistance policy is available from the IIB on request. 

For registration related questions please contact Andy Lebron, Events Registration Coordinator at (646)213-1140 or

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