IFA USA New York Region International Tax Seminar
Friday, July 26, 2019
8:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
51 West 52nd Street
New York, NY 10019
The Office of the Associate Chief Counsel (International), will be represented.
All sessions will be available via remote webinar for members outside of the New York metro area.
8:25 - 8:35 Welcome and Introductions
Meeting Chair: Peter Connors, Co-Vice President, Regions
8:35 - 9:35 Applying the FDII Regulations
Chair: Anna Voortman, EY
Kenneth Jeruchim, Office of Associate Chief Counsel (International)
Rohit Sachdeva, PwC
Wink Chase, Skadden
The panel will include a discussion of the proposed regulations and supply chain issues confronting taxpayers in the implementation of the regulations.
9:35 - 10:50 Outbound Panel
Chair: Pat Brown, PwC
Michael Caballero, Covington
Paul Crispino, United Technologies
Gretchen Sierra, Deloitte
Facing in to the New Reality — almost two years in to the new ‘territorial’ system for US MNCs, what’s working, what isn’t, and what can be done about it? Among the topics to be discussed are the following:
- The GILTI regulations
- Section 245A
- Notice 2019-1 and repatriation strategies
- The FTC regulations and related issues
10:50 - 11:00 Break
11:00 - 12:00 Foreign Tax Law Update
Chair: Mark Stone, Holland & Knight
Olivia Long, Matheson
Zach Pouga, Gide
Chantal Presilli, Houthoff
Vincent van der Lans, Loyens Loeff
This panel will discuss the following topics:
- DAC 6 – Preparing for retroactive impact
- OECD and national digital tax proposals
12:00 - 13:00 Inbound Panel
Chair: Bernard Moens, PwC
John Bates, Deloitte
Craig Hillier, EY
Adam Kool, Kirkland
This panel will discuss recent guidance of importance to foreign-based taxpayers, including the following topics:
- The BEAT regulations
- The impact of section 163(j)
- The anti-hybrid regulations
Non-members may apply membership here to receive member rates before registering for the event.
Register more than one person from one organization and receive a discount on the additional registrations!1
Full time Government Employees and Professors receive a 50% discount on registration.2
|Federal Tax ID 23-7068849
| Second Registration
| Third & Subsequent Registration
| Webinar Registration3
1Each additional attendee must complete a separate registration form and check the appropriate box for their specific registration fee category.
2Government/Academic Discount applies only to full-time government employees and full -time professors. Enter promo code NY2019JUL upon checkout.
3 It is $25/$35 per session for IFA member/non-member for the Webinar registration.
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 14, 2019 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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