USD-PITI 2015 Conference
University of San Diego, School of Law - Procopio International Tax Institute
October 22 & 23, 2015
Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice
5998 Alcala Park
San Diego, CA 92110-2492
Welcome once again to The University of San Diego School of Law - Procopio International Tax Institute, the premier educational and networking event for the latest developments in the international tax laws of the U.S., Mexico and Canada. For ten years now, the USD-PITI has been attracting reputable and internationally recognized leaders in the field of international tax and serves as an educational platform as well as an opportunity to network among industry colleagues.
The USD-PITI conference reveals international tax trending topics that affects your cross-border business operations and tax and financial decisions. This stellar program will cover the fine points of international tax such as International Audits, FATCA, OVDP, BEP's, Automatic Exchange of Information and International Criminal Investigations with a focus on Business Planning and Family Wealth Preservation strategies among Canada, Mexico and the United States.
The 11th Annual USD-PITI Conference continues with this tradition of knowledge and collegiality by remaining on the forefront of new and relevant developments in U.S., Mexican and Canadian international tax law arena.
2015 Key Topics will include:
• International Taxpayers Data Management: Government’s Security & Control
• IRS Withholding Rules , Chapter 3 and 4
• Controversial Reimbursement Actions by SAT
• International Tax Audits, Recent Cases Analysis
• U.S. International Tax Directors - Round Table
• Cross Border Estate Planning - No Fideicomisos
• Mexico’s Legal Developments on Piercing the Corporate Veil for Tax Purposes
• Cross-Border Private Ruling Letters Process
• U.S Treaty vs. United Nations (UN) Treaty
• Oil & Gas News from an International Tax Perspective
• FATCA Classification for IGA’s
Simultaneous Spanish/English translations will be available.
Earn MCLE Credits: USD, School of Law is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider.
Earn CPE Credits: This organization follows the CE guidelines specified in the California Board of Accountancy Regulations
Obtenga Créditos EPC: Esta organización otorgar créditos EPC certificados por el Colegio de Contadores Públicos de México.
The USD-PITI was designed for tax practitioners and financial professionals to remain on the cutting edge of international tax matters. International tax experts from the U.S. Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service in D.C. along with their counterparts from Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público and SAT, U.S., Mexican and Canadian attorneys, accountants, corporate tax directors, managers, controllers, banking and financial advisors to multinational investors and financial executives responsible for cross border accountability operations should attend this once-a-year opportunity to join colleagues in gaining knowledge on and discussing the essential changes in international taxation to stay competitive and innovative.
In an ever-changing workplace and multi-national economic environment, it is the responsibility of tax practitioners and financial professionals to remain current with up-to-the minute and detailed knowledge of international tax law matters. The economic events taking place in the world has put increasing pressure on tax and financial policies of governments, specifically including the NAFTA countries that has led to numerous changes and modifications in the law. Government officials are now increasingly focusing their efforts in the area of international tax and transactions to help close budget and so-called "tax gaps". These ongoing changes in the law and policy demand that tax and financial professionals proactively seek out the newest developments and tax compliance strategies.
Reserve your room at the Omni San Diego Hotel and mention the USD-Procopio International Tax Institute to receive our special conference rate of $159 per night.
NOTE: Special group rate of $159 available through October 1st, 2015