United Kingdom

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  • Service: Tax, Corporate Tax
  • Type: Event
  • Date: 31/01/2013

FATCA Final Regulations Update: The impact on financial institutions 

The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) final regulations are (finally) out. We are delighted to invite you to a KPMG special briefing on their impact, changes from previous versions and what to do now.

Topics discussed will include:

  • A high level review of the FATCA final regulations and the main changes compared with the draft regulations
  • What happens now? How to build up your FATCA programme in a safe, efficient and compliant way
  • Views from HMRC and the banking, insurance and asset management sectors
  • Lessons learned, easy wins and cost cutting strategies used in exiting FATCA programmes


Guest speakers include:

  • Malcolm White, Policy & Technical Adviser, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC)
  • Eirian Caple, FATCA Senior Change Manager, Royal Bank of Scotland
  • Roger Exwood, Director of Tax, BlackRock
  • Stephen Lock, Head of Group Business Protection,
    Old Mutual Plc

Event details

Date: Wednesday February 13, 2013
Timings:  16:30 - 18:30 Briefing
   18:30 Drinks
Location: KPMG's office, 8 Salisbury Square, London. EC4Y 8BB
Contact: KPMG US Tax Practice

 

The KPMG FATCA team combines advisory and tax specialists with significant experience working on both large cross border and small FATCA projects in the banking, insurance and asset management sectors. The team is in regular dialogue with the IRS and US Treasury and sits on a number of advisory and industry FATCA committees.

 

The US Treasury and the IRS issued the FATCA final regulations, on
17 January 2013. Read KPMG's initial analysis of the final regulations.

 

If you would like to attend this briefing, please contact the KPMG US Tax Practice. Spaces are limited therefore early registration is strongly advised.

 

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Contact

David Hicks
Partner, Risk Consulting
Tel: +44 207 694 2915
david.hicks@
kpmg.co.uk
 

 

Jennifer Sponzilli
Partner, US Tax
Tel: +44 207 311 1878
jennifer.sponzilli@
kpmg.co.uk
 

 

Rachel Sexton
Partner, Forensic
Tel: +44 207 694 8907
rachel.sexton@
kpmg.co.uk