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New York NY - Dec 13 - The half day seminar includes four panels: Outbound topics, focusing on the new foreign tax credit regulations; Inbound topics, focusing on the BEAT regulations and Section 163(j); OECD Proposal on Allocation of Taxing Rights in the Digitalized Economy ; Tax Traps and Opportunities.

When: Friday, December 13, 2019
1:00 - 5:30 pm
Where: KPMG, the Pine/Nassau Room (HTC)
345 Park Avenue
New York, New York  10154
United States
Contact: IFA USA

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IFA USA New York Region Fall Conference
Friday, December 13, 2019
Program: 1:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Event Location:
KPMG,   the Pine/Nassau Room (HTC)
345 Park Avenue
New York, NY, 10154

All sessions will be available via remote webinar for members outside of the New York metro area.

Note: The Office of the Associate Chief Counsel (International), will be represented.


1:00 – 1:10: Opening Remarks

1:10 – 2:10: Outbound topics, focusing on the new foreign tax credit regulations

Chair: Nicole Hinton, PwC
Peter Blessing, IRS Associate Chief Counsel (International), Office of Chief Counsel
Meyer Fedida, Cleary Gottlieb
JD Hamilton, EY
Jeffrey Trey, Crowe LLP
This panel will take a deep dive into the FTC Regulations and selected repatriation topics including PTEP and section 986(c).

2:10 – 3:10: Inbound topics, focusing on the BEAT regulations and Section 163(j)

Chair: Marcellin Mbwa-Mboma, EY
Peter Blessing, IRS Associate Chief Counsel (International), Office of Chief Counsel
Anu Alex, Deloitte
Ninee Dewar, PwC
Seth Green, KPMG
This panel will discuss key provisions and changes in the final BEAT regulations as well as pitfalls and opportunities they present. We will provide an update on issues clients face under the proposed section 163(j) regulations.

3:10 – 3:30: Refreshment Break

3:30 – 4:30: OECD Proposal on Allocation of Taxing Rights in the Digitalized Economy

Chair: Jesse Eggert, KPMG
Gareth Hughes, PwC
Chase Wink, Skadden
This panel will discuss the OECD’s efforts at addressing the tax challenges arising from the digitalization of the economy, focusing in particular on the proposed “Unified Approach” to nexus and profit allocation (Pillar One). It will provide an a discussion of the current status of the work, the key forces at play, the impact and practical considerations for taxpayers, and the expected next steps.

4:30 – 5:30: Tax Traps and Opportunities

Chair: Michael Miller, Roberts & Holland
Joseph Esperance, EY
Martin Hamilton, Proskauer
Matthew O'Halloran, KPMG
The panel will address a variety of cross-border traps and opportunities. Among the topics to be discussed are the unexpected effects of certain entity-classification elections, limiting the impact of section 958(b)(4) repeal, and overwithholding on sales of partnership interests by foreign and U.S. partners.


Seating is limited, so please register early.

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. See superscript 2 below for instructions on how to claim this discount.

Registration Type

IFA Member1


Federal Tax ID 23-7068849

On or Before
Dec 6

Dec 7

On or Before
Dec 6

Dec 7

First Registration





Additional Registrations:

Second Registration





Third & Subsequent Registrations





 WEBINAR REGISTRATION3  $25  $25  $40  $40

Each 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 NY2019DEC upon checkout.
3It is $25/$40 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 discoun

Cancellation Policy:
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 December 6, 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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