Uncle Sam Comes to Town – FATCA and the New Tax Obligations for Lawyers and their Clients (On Demand)

Recorded Webinar 1 CPD Hr
At your desk or on your portable device

New Zealand is attracting increasing numbers of migrants, many of whom have left a business or investments behind. Until recently, tax authorities in the originating country could not easily access financial information relating to those migrants. Nor could they easily access financial information relating to New Zealanders who had accumulated tax obligations in some jurisdictions. 

Recent developments in tax laws now give governments the ability to enforce tax laws in other jurisdictions. The implications are far-reaching and impact on both individuals and their trust and business structures. 

Who should view?

Lawyers who act for businesses or individuals (particularly, migrants or those who may have incurred tax obligations overseas) whether operating through a trust or otherwise. (Note: those who have attended the Cradle to Grave Conference 2014 will have already benefited from key insights of this presentation.)


 

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Presenter



Denham Martin
Barrister, and one of New Zealand’s leading tax and trust lawyers.

Denham is a barrister who specializes in all aspects of tax and trust law. He has been a partner with pre-eminent law and accounting firms in New Zealand and Australia and the principal of his own tax and trust law practice. Denham has published extensively on tax and trust matters, been involved with tax and trust litigation, and is a recognised expert on many areas of tax and trust law. He won the Tax Law Award at the 2011 and 2013 New Zealand Law Awards and was a runner up at the 2010 and 2012 Awards.