Join CEO of the SACC, Martin Naville, and world leading experts on the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) for an entertaining panel discussion on FATCA, and its implications on US and foreign persons, individuals as well as corporate.
Topics addressed (not for tax experts only):…
– What will FATCA bring the US Treasury in additional revenues?
– Do these revenues justify the enormous costs corporations are facing in order to implement this legislative rule?
– Will these rules jeopardize other country’s privacy rights? What about my own privacy?
– Will FATCA make me want to renounce my US citizenship?
1285 Avenue of the Americas, Conference Room 14th Fl
New York, NY 10019
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
US $ 30.00 Member, US $ 50.00 Non-Member
RSVP: Tina Ross
Phone (212) 246-0655 ext. 201
Dress code: Business attire
Please see the official invite here:
Maybe they should invite Robert Stack on the panel.
There was very little notice given of this event to anyone including ACA.
Brock Facebookers can leave comments.
where I live, business attire is jeans and a t-shirt.
Why would someone have to pay money to go into a bank to listen to a pitch? Oops, guess I know, they got hammered by DOJ and are recouping costs.
I met a Swiss banker on holiday. It was mentioned that I may go to Switzerland to work, but there’s that banking problem for ‘US persons.’
He gave me his card and offered to open any account I want, putting down the capitol city of my EU passport as my place of birth, and put down my EU nationality on the database.
He told me that he was against FATCA and the US is overstepping its authority.
All the IT consultants offering their services won’t stop that. Garbage in garbage out. Data integrity is going to be a problem.
Mark Twain, I’m a bit disappointed by your comment. I’ve been reading Isaac Brock off and on for months and had until now a good impression of you.
This is a huge problem for people who wear so-called business attire and work for Swiss or American companies. Just because you and I have no such need is no reason to be contemptuous. In addition, it is an event for members of the SACC although you see that non-members may attend. Even though it is at UBS and for all you know the space is provided at no cost, there are other expenses involved, obvious is the cocktail.
Tim, maybe the event itself was organized on short notice. I would be very surprised if ACA, altho based in Geneva, was not informed, altho glitches do happen. I would appreciate more info on that