Seminar to highlight FATCA implications for local businesses

| April 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

Leading expert in tax and compliance, Aileen Barry will be addressing a seminar in Guernsey later this month.

The seminar, entitled FATCA – What needs to be done? has been organised by Corporate Risk Solutions and aims to assist local financial companies to identify how this new set of reporting requirements from the IRS will affect them and their clients.

Aileen is Tax Director with global law firm DLA Piper where she has spent the last eight years acting for large corporate organisations and trust companies undergoing tax investigation.

Regularly asked by national media to comment on HMRC and IRS information powers and investigations, Aileen also frequently lectures on these topics at conferences in the UK and internationally. Her FATCA presentation will specifically cover discretionary trusts, will trusts and estates, pensions schemes and charities.

Darren Wadley, Managing Director of Corporate Risk Solutions explains:

“With these pending changes to US reporting requirements, it’s essential that businesses plan effectively for their introduction. The correct data management and operational procedures must be in place to ensure that accurate information can be reported. We are delighted to have such a reputable speaker on the subject and I am sure that Aileen’s presentation will deliver useful insight into this complex subject.”

The seminar takes place on 24 April at 1300 at the Old Government House Hotel. Anyone interested in attending should email Tina – or call 742138.

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