FIBA and the FIBA AML Institute invite you to:



Meeting Global Compliance Changes 

Complimentary Webinar
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Thursday, September 6, 2012 - 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. EST  

This Webinar has been approved for 1.5 Continuing Education Credits towards your FIBA AMLCA & CPAML Certificates
Topics to be Covered:
Since Sept. 11, a confluence of factors has resulted in the establishment of much stronger international tax compliance rules and enforcement procedures for U.S. taxpayers.

Two very different federal priorities,
  • preventing and prosecuting the financing of terrorist activities
  • enforcing U.S. tax compliance in foreign jurisdictions
ultimately produced laws with a long list of provisions that are continuing to make sweeping changes in the way international financial institutions and the general public do business abroad.

In addition to national security, at stake for the federal government is an estimated $385 billion in tax revenues lost each year, partly as a result of non-compliant international reporting by U.S. taxpayers.  

  • New FATCA Regulations
  • Bilateral Reporting
  • Non-Resident Alien (NRA) U.S. Accounts
  • FACTA Partner Nations
  • Aggressive IRS Enforcement Erodes Secrecy
  • Voluntary Disclosure
  • Who is Affected by Penalties for Non-Compliance

Invited Experts:
Steve L. Wasertstein

Steve L. Waserstein
WNF Law, PL - Waserstein Nunez & Foodman

Steve L. Waserstein focuses his practice on U.S. and International tax, estate, and wealth planning including pre-immigration and expatriation tax planning.  WNF Law combines their tax, criminal and accounting backgrounds to advocate and defend their clients' interests in connection with U.S. tax laws and compliance matters before the Internal Revenue Service and Department of Justice


Stanley Foodman
Founder and Principal
Foodman CPA's and Advisors

Stanley Foodman is a recognized forensic accounting and litigation support practitioners, specializing in international and domestic tax matters, including tax compliance, corporate taxation, estate and trust tax compliance, high net worth individuals and wealth planning in the U.S., Caribbean, Central and South America. He has served as an expert witness and forensic accountant for some of the nation's most complex high-profile international tax and criminal defense cases.  A frequent lecturer, Mr. Foodman has also been published in national law and banking journals.


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