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Monday, October 22, 2012

Harvey Delivers Keynote Address Today at George Mason FATCA Conference

FatcaJ. Richard (Dick) Harvey (Villanova) delivers the keynote address today on FATCA Background at the Fall 2012 Symposium hosted by the George Mason Journal of International Commercial Law on The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act: Privacy and Enforcement Challenges & the Implications For Your Client’s Financial Interests.

The symposium will tackle the international and diplomatic concerns raised by FATCA, as well as specific implementation and compliance challenges faced by affected industries. The two panels feature representatives from the United States and German governments, as well as FATCA experts from private practice and academia.

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So, what did they say? That FATCA was a great idea and we shouldn't worry about the impact it has on Americans living abroad? That it will be a boon to reciprocal exchange of taxpayer information with other tax authorities like the Russian Tax Police? Really, someone tell me what the speakers said.

Posted by: TexEcon | Oct 23, 2012 4:17:03 PM