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FATCA & CRS (Law, Data, Systems); International Tax Risk Management I (Data, Analytics & Technology) May 24 – July 11. Apply now

Posted by William Byrnes on February 9, 2021


Based on weekly case studies created by the faculty, supported by reading/text materials, pre-recorded videos with PPTs, and audio podcast files made by the faculty – twice-weekly Zoom live sessions (recorded for persons who cannot attend) of 90 – 120 minutes wherein students in teams work through the case studies generally from an assigned stakeholder perspective. Access to the extensive Texas A&M library for case study research includes by example: Lexis, Westlaw, IBFD, Kluwer-Cheetah, Thomson OneSource, BvD (Moodys), S&P CapIQ, FITCH, among several others. Apply for Texas A&M’s courses here.

FATCA, CRS, and AEoI (Law, Data, Systems): 3 credits  

  • Week 1. May 17: FATCA, CRS, and EU: nationality, residency, data sharing: Dr. Bruno Da Silva (Loyens & Loeff) dasilva.brunoaniceto@gmail.com.
  • Week 2. May 24: FATCA/CRS and the Asset Management Industry, intermediaries: Denise Hintzke (Deloitte) dhintzke@deloitte.com
  • Week 3. May 31: FATCA Withholding Compliance, overlap with QI: Denise Hintzke (Deloitte)
  • Week 4. June 7: Documentation FATCA v CRS: Melissa Muhammad (IRS LB&I) melissamuhammadesq@gmail.com
  • Week 6. June 21: Financial Institutions Systems And Data:
  • Week 7 June 28 capstone for both Summer courses: “Tax Technology and the future of Tax Departments” Dr. Debora Correa Talutto debora.talutto@veritas.com

International Tax Risk Management I (Data, Analytics & Technology) 3 credits

  • Week 2. May 25: BEPS: Dr. Bruno Da Silva (Loyens & Loeff).
  • Week 3. June 1: CbCR & Analytics David Deputy, Vertex david.deputy@vertexinc.com
  • Week 4. June 8: LOB / PPT / MLI: Dr. Bruno da Silva (Loyens & Loeff)
  • Week 5. June 15: Future of Analytics & Technology – Risk Management Perspective: Dr. Paula de Witte
  • Week 7 capstone for both Summer courses: “Tax Technology and the future of Tax Departments” Dr. Debora Correa Talutto debora.talutto@veritas.com
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