A regular listing of events taking place around the world for American expatriates.
November 17: American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce's 17th annual CSR conference, 'We Are The Change Generation,' at the Benaki Museum, Pireos, Athens
This year's 17th annual CSR conference is being held in conjunction with the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce's own Corporate Responsibility Committee. The event is designed to enable delegates to build their CSR awareness, learn about new opportunities, and develop more meaningful corporate social responsibility practices. This year's conference, the organizers say, "will focus on four pillars: What Worries Us, What Changes Us, What Inspires Us, What is Next." The event's CSR Marketplace initiative, meanwhile, will "showcase best practices by companies, designed to promote more interaction, dialogue, and sharing among conference participants." More information on the event may be found by clicking here.
December 4: One-Day CRS and FATCA Compliance and Reporting Course, London
Research And Markets, a Dublin-based research provider and marketing organization, is to hold a one-day course on the Common Reporting Standard and FATCA com in London on Dec. 4. The location has yet to be announced. The day-long course will aim to provide "a thorough examination of both regimes, presenting a comparative review and analysis of key differences and common areas", according to information on the Research And Markets website. It will be conducted by an as-yet-un-named "practitioner who worked on FATCA and CRS implementation projects at [certain] major institutions". The cost to attend will be US$1,516. Further information may be obtained here.
December 7, 2019: Moodys Gartner complimentary seminar on U.S. citizenship renunciation, Calgary, Canada
The latest in Moodys Gartners ongoing series of such events, this seminar will be presented by Moodys Gartner’s director of U.S. tax law, Alexander Marino, and be held on Saturday, Dec. 7, at Calgary’s Hotel Fairmont Palliser, beginning at 10a.m. Topics to be addressed will include how Americans looking to renounce their citizenships might best minimize the costs involved, and how to ensure that one is able to re-enter the U.S. in the future without a problem.
The seminar is expected to last about two-and-a-half hours. For more information and to register, click here.
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