IFA USA New York Region International Tax Seminar
Thursday, July 26, 2018
8:30 AM - 12:45 PM
300 Madison Ave
New York, NY 10017
8:25 to 8:30
Welcome and Introductions
Meeting Chair: Peter Connors, Co-Vice President, Regions
8:30 to 10:00
The Foreign Tax Credit After The TCJA
This panel will explore the role of the foreign tax credit in the US tax system following the enactment of the TCJA. Specific topics will include allocation of expenses, interaction between the foreign tax credit baskets, treatment of pre-reform attributes, treatment of subpart F vs. GILTI inclusions, issues arising with respect to the branch basket, and interaction with income tax treaties.
Patrick Brown,The General Electric Company
Jose Murillo, Ernst & Young
Pat Jackman, KPMG
Michael Caballero, Covington & Burling
10:00 to 10:15
10:15 to 11:15
Beating the BEAT
This panel will explore both planning opportunities and uncertainties under the BEAT Regime.
Danielle Rolfes, KPMG LLP
Erika W. Nijenhuis, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP
David Hariton, Sullivan & Cromwell LLP
Paul Oosterhuis, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
11:15 to 11:45
A Behind the Scenes look at the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Legislative Process
Mark Prater, PwC LLP (former Deputy Staff Director and Chief Tax Counsel of the Senate Finance Committee)
11:45 to 12:45
Foreign Issues Including DAC6 and The MLI
While everyone has been focused on US Tax Reform, there are significant non-US developments which will be here sooner than you think. This panel will address the most important points surrounding proposals to tax digital income, the EU anti tax avoidance directives, the multilateral instrument, State Aid and the new disclosures required by DAC 6 in the EU
Suchi Lee, PwC LLP
Maarten Maaskant, PwC LLP
Pierre Henri Revault, Deloitte US
Vincent van der Lans, Loyens & Loeff N.V.
This event is open to IFA USA Members and non-Members.1
Register more than one person from one organization and receive a discount on the additional registrations!2
Full time Government Employees and Professors receive a 50% discount on registration.3
|Federal Tax ID 23-7068849
| Second Registration
| Third & Subsequent Registration
1If you would like to join IFA and receive the discounted member rate, click here and join before registering for the seminar: https://ifausa.site-ym.com/general/register_member_type.asp
2Each additional attendee must complete a separate registration form and check the appropriate box for their specific registration fee category.
3Government/Academic Discount applies only to full-time government employees and full -time professors. Enter promo code NY2017JUL upon checkout.
Financial Hardship Policy
Scholarships are available in the event of financial hardship. An individual wishing to obtain a scholarship should apply in writing at least 2 weeks in advance of the program date, explaining the circumstances of such person's financial hardship. The amount of the scholarship generally depends on salary as follows:
Unemployed – Full Scholarship; Income up to $15,000 – 75% discount;
Income $15,000–$30,000 – 50% discount; Income above $30,000 – no discount
Speakers, content and panel order are subject to change without notice, and registrations may be limited due to space or other constraints.
This seminar is subject to cancellation due to insufficient registration or other reasons, in which case refunds will be made free of processing fees. All other refund requests are subject to a $30 processing fee and must be received in writing at the above address on or before July 5, 2017; no refunds will be given with respect to requests received after that date. All refunds are limited to the amount of registration fees previously paid less applicable processing fees. Substitutions are welcome at any time (including by walk-in registration).
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