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Key Agenda Highlights:

1. Address the challenge of becoming compliant without upsetting privacy agreements or banking secrecy laws
2. Explores how FFIs can capture additional information about existing customers
3. Aligning business processes with FATCA to avoid penalties
4. Further improve collaborative partnerships through frank debate and discussions

Five Reasons Why You Should Be At This Event:

1. Assess and benefit from strategies already implemented by European financial institutions
2. Focus on overcoming operational challenges and implementation hurdles instead of just learning about the policy impacts
3. An on-going platform for major financial institutions and solution providers to discuss current challenges and changes within the industry
4. Meet and network with high-level compliance, legal, tax and regulatory professionals from across the finance and compliance sectors
5. Network with regulators from around Asia to find out how you can protect banking secrecy laws

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  • 1. EXCLUSIVELY PRESENTSMain Conference: 9 October 2012 • Post-Conference Workshops: 10 October 2012 • Venue: Amara Hotel, SingaporeA Practical Responseto FATCAThe Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) will mandatea cohesive plan for implementation and response. You need tobe ready and there is only one place to discuss the best way toprepare for FATCA.A Practical Response to FATCA is a not-to-be-missed eventthat brings worldwide financial professionals together tocelebrate milestones and overcome implementation hurdles. FATCA will only be the first sample of a new type of world-wide regulation. Only by sharing information will financial institutions be able to minimise the unprecedented impact. Erik Wilgenhof-Plante, DZ PrivatBank A Practical Response to FATCA will provide an excellent opportunity for all organisations to take stock of their approach to FATCA and share industry practice in considering a sustainable and commercial way forward. Kane Jones, National Australia Bank A Practical Response to FATCA will provide an excellent opportunity for financial organisations to get a comprehensive understanding of the complex challenges and already applied approaches to become FATCA compliant. Jochen Kuhlhoff, Commerzbank Discover the latest insights and concerns aboutthese rapidly evolving regulations from 11 speakerswho represent the international financial communityP: (65) 6722 9388 • F: (65) 6720 3804 • E: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg www.fatcaasia.com
  • 2. MEET YOUR SPEAKERS Mark Oh Head of Tax Asia Pacific BlackRockThe Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act(FATCA) has taken the financial world by Mark Oh is the Head of Tax for BlackRock’s Asia Pacific business, based in Hong Kong. Mark’s servicestorm, compelling many industries to direct with the firm dates back to 2007, including his years with Barclays Global Investors (“BGI”), which mergedtheir energies to processing and applying with BlackRock in 2009. At BGI, he was the Director of Tax for BGI Australia, where he had oversightthe required regulations to their business and responsibility of the corporate and product tax functions for BGI. In his current role, Mark haspractices. A foreign financial institution (FFI) responsibility for all key strategic and tactical tax obligations, including corporate tax, product tax, taxcould face significant consequences if it fails strategies, tax risk management and tax controversy matters throughout the Asia Pacific region. Prior to joining BlackRock, Mark was the Head of Tax for Wealth Management and Financial Planning atto enter into an agreement with the IRS. Challenger Financial Services Limited. Mark holds bachelor degrees in Business and in Laws from the University of Technology, Sydney. He is also admitted as a Solicitor and Barrister of the Supreme CourtWith FATCA, everyone is in the same boat. of New South Wales.You need to become compliant within a rigidtimeline and dedicate a substantial amountof your budget to do so. New regulationswill require you to reassess your company’scurrent AML and KYC practices, relationship Philip Tyemanagement, documentation, and IT systems, Founding partner and MDwhich means aligning all key stakeholders, DragonBack Capitalsuch as operations, risk, technology, legal andtax, to become FATCA compliant in order tonot jeopardise your business operations. The Phil has been a senior fixture of the Asia finance industry for the past 14 years of his 20 year plus career.impending release of the final regulations Prior to founding DragonBack in early 2007, Phil was the Chief Financial Officer of PMA, which was one of Asia largest hedge fund companies. Previously he worked at Credit Suisse where he was Directorfurther exacerbates the position of foreign in the Prime Brokerage unit with regional responsibility for Asia Pacific. He has also held a number offinancial institutions (FFIs) as they are other senior positions including Chief Operating Officer for Asian Equities and head of the Strategic Philip Tye – Co-Founder and Managing Director, DragonBack Capital Limitedunable to proceed with certainty on process Phil has been a senior fixture of within the industry for the past 14 years of hisBefore Credit Suisse, Phil worked at KPMG in both Projects Group the Asia finance finance department. 20 year plusrestructuring without knowing what is career. Prior to founding DragonBack in early 2007, Phil was the Chief Financial Officer of PMA, which was one of Asia largest hedgeKong focusing on providingCredit Suisse services to banking and securities companies London and Hong fund companies. Previously he worked at financialexpected of them. across the region. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Essex and is a member where he was Director in the Prime Brokerage unit with regional responsibility for Asia Pacific. He has also held a number of other senior positions including Chief Operating Officer for Asian Equities and head of the Strategic Projects Group within the finance department. Before Credit Wales. Philip is also a Director and Executive of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Suisse, Phil worked at KPMG in both London and Hong Kong focusing on providing financialThe diverse jurisdictions across Asia-Pacific services to banking and securities companies across the region. He holds a BachelorInstitute, a Director and Member of the Global AIMA Committee member of The Hong Kong Securities of Science degree from the University of Essex and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants infurther amplifies implementation challenges Council and sits on the AIMA Hong Kong Executive Committee. England & Wales. Philip is also a Director and Executive Committee member of The Hong Kong Securities Institute, a Director and Member of the Global AIMA Council and sits on the AIMAas companies in the region need to mitigate Hong Kong Executive Committee.local law and the IRS requirements or riskpaying a 30% withholding tax. Luis Antonio JacintoTo achieve a compliant status, financial Vice President Risk Management Systems Officerinstitutions must realign existing practices Rizal Commercial Banking Corporationwith FATCA. A Practical Response to FATCA isthe perfect platform for discussion amongstforeign financial institutions and other Mr. Luis A. Jacinto is currently Vice President and Risk Management Systems Officer at the Rizalprofessional organisations to prepare for Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC). He belongs to the Corporate Risk Management ServicesFATCA. (CRISMS) Group and is directly in-charge of project management for IT and other systems; he also has oversight responsibility over the Bank’s information security and IT risk management. He has beenThis event will address the needs of individual tasked to take the lead in the Bank’s effort towards FATCA compliance. He is an Industrial Engineer through which he has gained his process orientation. Mr. Jacinto has been an Information Technologypractitioners and companies as they seek to practitioner for over twenty seven years, through which he gained his IT governance experience. He hasundercover the FATCA regulations and apply it concurrently spent more than nineteen of those years both as a training professional and as an educator.to their company. It will also provide functionalmanagers and business leaders with insightsto the process, organisation and technologiesneeded to ensure that Sean McGrady their organisationbecomes FATCA compliant. Department(Singapore) Pte. Tax Goldman Sachs Sean McGrady Executive Director Tax DepartmentWe look forward to meeting you and Goldman Sachssharing the ideas and insights from leadingprofessionals in the finance sector. Sean McGrady is an Executive Director in the Tax Department of Goldman Sachs. He is based in theSee you in Singapore this October! Singapore office and is responsible for reviewing and handling the US tax matters of Goldman Sachs in a number of Asia Pacific Ex-Japan jurisdictions. Sean joined Goldman Sachs in 2007 in New York and S ean Mcgrady is an Executive Director in the Tax Department of Goldman Sachs. He Hong Kong in 2008 where he worked for almost 3 years before moving to the Singapore relocated to is office in 2011. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs, he practiced tax law for 5 years in the New York office based in the Singapore office and is responsible for reviewing and handling the U.S. tax matters of Goldman Sachs in a number of Asia Pacific Ex-Japan jurisdictions. of Paul Hastings, primarily in the area of corporate and international tax. He also spent 2 years in Sean McGrady joined Goldman Sachs in 2007 in New York and relocated to Hong Kong in Tax Services Department of Ernst & Young, and has 12 years of experience in the tax field. International Sean received a J.D from Florida State University and an LL.M. in Taxation from New York University 2008 where he worked for almost 3 years before moving to the Singapore office in 2011. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs, he practiced tax law for 5 years in the New York office of Paul Hastings, primarily in the area of corporate and international Schoolspent 2 years tax. He also of Law. in International Tax Services Department of Ernst & Young, and has 12 years of experience in the tax field. Sean McGrady received a J.D from Florida State University and an LL.M. in Taxation from New York University School of Law.P: (65) 6722 9388 • F: (65) 6720 3804 • E: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg www.fatcaasia.com
  • 3. MEET YOUR SPEAKERS David Cope Jason Choi Erik Wilgenhof Plante Executive Director, Legal Senior Associate Head of Compliance and Compliance Latham & Watkins LLP DZ PrivatBank Morgan StanleyJason Choi’s practice includes the U.S. federal David Cope is an Executive Director in Morgan Erik’s banking career started in 1996 with ABNtaxation of corporations, partnerships, tax-exempt Stanley’s Legal and Compliance department and AMRO in the Netherlands. In 2007, he transferredorganisations and real estate investment trusts, is currently based in Hong Kong. Mr. Cope is the to Singapore and joined Commerzbank two yearsincluding the international, federal, state and local Regional Anti-Money Laundering and Sanction later. His current role is Head of Compliance fortax consequences associated with mergers and Compliance Coverage Manager for the Asia Pacific DZ PRIVATBANK Singapore. Erik studied lawacquisitions, spinoffs, corporate reorganisations Region including Japan. Prior to joining Morgan at the University of Amsterdam, holds an MBAand financing and derivative transactions. He Stanley in 2008, David was a Detective Chief from Webster University, St.Louis, USA. He isalso has regional tax advisory experience in Asia, Inspector in the Hong Kong Police Force. His Police board member of ACAMS Singapore and networkincluding tax planning for inbound and outbound service included postings to the Commercial Crime chairman of the International Compliancebusinesses to and from Asia, and assisting clients Bureau, Organised Crime and Triad Bureau, Joint Association.on mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and Financial Intelligence Unit and Narcotics Bureau.other investments in Asia. Jason is an active During his Police career, David specialised in themember of the American Chamber of Commerce investigation of financial crime, money laundering,and the International Fiscal Association in and the restraint and confiscation of the proceedsSingapore, the American Bar Association, of crime, and he was involved as lead investigator Jochen Kuhlhoffthe State Bar of California, the Los Angeles in the successful prosecution of a number of Manager InternationalCounty Bar Association and the Pasadena Bar landmark financial crime and money launderingAssociation. He has also spoken and written on cases in both the District and High Court of Hong Projectsvarious tax issues for numerous professional tax Kong. David was, and continues to be involved Commerzbankorganisations and publications. in developing laws and policies to improve Hong Kong’s Anti-Money Laundering regime. David Jochen Kuhlhoff specialises in the management holds an LLB and a Masters in Criminology, is of international projects in the banking and trained as a FATF Evaluator, and has lectured financial services industry. Jochen’s work widely on Anti-Money Laundering and Sanction experience includes various project management Peter Douglas Compliance issues in the Asia Pacific region. and business development positions in Europe, Chief Executive Officer North America, and Asia. Presently he co- GFIA ordinates the FATCA implementation project for Commerzbank Group. Jochen studied business David Weisner administration at the Universities of GoettingenPeter Douglas, CAIA, a pioneer of the Asian US Tax Counsel for Asia and Bielefeld.hedge fund industry, is the principal of the firm, PacificGFIA pte ltd, and a senior consultant of Laven CitibankGFIA, a co-operation between GFIA and LavenPartners, a global consulting firm focused on thealternative investment industry. He has been David Weisner is based in Hong Kong and is the Dr. Ulrich L. Göres (Invited)researching the hedge and absolute return fund US Tax Counsel for Asia Pacific for Citigroup. He Global Head Groupuniverse in Asia since 1998, and has been a fund handles the tax issues for variety of businesses Compliance, Legal &management professional since 1985, working in throughout Asia Pacific. Prior to joining Citigroup Security Chief ComplianceLondon, Singapore, Sydney, and Tokyo. He was an in 2003, David worked at Fidelity Investments OfficerAlternative Investment Management Association in Boston as international tax counsel. Prior to Erste Group Bank AG(AIMA) Council member for 10 years, and was the Fidelity Investments, David worked for White &inaugural Chairman of the Singapore National Case, a New York based law firm, and DeloitteGroup and the inaugural Asia-Pacific regional & Touche, a big 4 accounting firm. David is Dr. Ulrich L. Göres is the Head of Compliance,representative of the Association. He sits on the President of the Asia Chapter of the Tax Executive Legal & Security at Erste Group Bank AG and isboard of the Chartered Alternative Investment Institute (“TEI”), on the executive committee of responsible for these areas across the entireAnalyst (CAIA) Association. Peter holds a MBA the Capital Market Tax Committee (“CMTC”), on Group. He is the Chief Compliance Officer (CCO)from INSEAD (France), and is a pioneer-cohort the tax committee for the Hong Kong chapter of and General Counsel and reports directly to theCAIA charterholder. He is the only Singapore Alternative Investment Management Association Management Board. Currently, his main projectsFinancial Industry Certified Professional from the (“AIMA”) and leads the FATCA subcommittee for include the Group-wide implementation ofalternative investment industry. the Hong Kong Association of Banks (“HKAB”). FATCA and MiFID II. Prior to joining Erste Group in December 2010, Ulrich worked in a number of leading industry positions at Commerzbank, WestLB, Deutsche Bank, BaFin and Morgan Stanley. He is a lecturer at the University of Kane Jones Muenster for capital markets law. He regularly Head of Risk publishes contributions on legal topics and is also National Australia Bank publisher of the German Corporate Compliance Magazine (CCZ). He was one of the founders of the German Certified Compliance Professional Programme in 2008 and recently founded theKane Jones currently holds the position of Head of Risk for National Australia Bank’s Singapore office. As Certified Compliance Professional Programmepart of this role, Kane is responsible for the oversight and administration of all aspects of Operational and for Central & Eastern Europe (CCP CEE). UlrichCredit Risk as well as Compliance and Regulatory engagement. Prior to joining the Asia business, Kane spent has been a member of the European Complianceover 10 years with the NAB Group in Australia – most recently managing the Credit Underwriting function Conference Committee and a speaker there sincefor Personal Banking. Kane’s diverse Banking background has included roles across Policy, Governance and 2010. Ulrich holds a law degree and a PhD fromfront-line Relationship Management. Kane holds a Bachelor of Business (Banking & Finance) and Bachelor the University of Muenster.of Business (International Trade) from Monash University.P: (65) 6722 9388 • F: (65) 6720 3804 • E: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg www.fatcaasia.com
  • 4. CONFERENCE DAYTuesday, 9 October 201208.45 Opening Remarks from the Chairperson • What are the consequences for participating FFIs if they do? Kane Jones, Head of Risk09.00 Managing Group wide client onboarding process after the National Australia Bank implementation of FATCA • Description of the Group wide client onboarding process Mark Oh, Head of Tax Asia Pacific within Erste Group Bank AG after the implementation of BlackRock FATCA Philip Tye, Founding Partner and MD • Examine FATCA versus local data protection rules and DragonBack Capital explore the potential solutions • Understanding the role of Group Compliance during and 12.30 Lunch & Networking Break after the implementation of FATCA • Anticipating challenges within the implementation process 13.30 Panel Discussion: How to be compliant without impacting local jurisdiction laws? Dr. Ulrich Goeres (Invited Speaker) Sharing customer data with a third party, even if it is the US Global Head Group Compliance, Legal & Security Chief IRS, goes against everything banking laws stand for. The Compliance Officer following session will address how FFIs can align client secrecy Erste Group Bank AG with FATCA.09.30 Using existing IT systems to become compliant • Developing a strategy to manage customer privacy within • Do I need new systems to become FATCA compliant? the new regulations • The way forward; new legislation after FATCA and how I can • Who should you disclose information to? The IRS, local use existing systems to become compliant regulators, or an alternative third party? • Integration of FATCA in existing processes and procedures. Luis Antonio Jacinto, Vice President Risk Management • Changing systems and mindsets; an equal challenge. Systems Officer, Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation Erik Wilgenhof Plante Philip Tye, Founding partner and MD Head of Compliance DragonBack Capital DZ PrivatBank David Cope, Executive Director, Legal and Compliance10.00 Impact of FATCA on transactional documentation Morgan Stanley • Explore the impact FATCA has on transactional 14.30 How FATCA affects Non-Financial Foreign Entities (NFFEs) documentation and Multinational Corporations (MNCs) • Restructuring documents to improve FATCA compliance • The changing factor: How the new regulations affect NFFEs • Optimising transactional documention across the entire and MNCs corporate process • Preparing NFFEs and MNCs for FATCA • Take aways to improve your entire business model for • Requirements for NFFEs to become compliant with FATCA FATCA • Explore how FATCA could impact relations between NFFEs/ David Weisner MNCs and foreign financial institutions US Tax Counsel for Asia Pacific Jason Choi Citibank Senior Associate10.30 Morning Tea & Networking Break Latham & Watkins LLP11.00 Understanding and overcoming the mechanics of passthru 15.00 Afternoon tea & Networking break income 16.00 Panel Discussion: FATCA Pressure Points: Managing • Defining what constitutes as passthru income compliance, IT, reporting and auditing processes • Assigning responsibility: Who is in charge, Bank, custodian, • What administrative bottlenecks can you expect and how to Investment Fund, Insurance company overcome them? • Calculating and reporting the passthru payment percentage • Identifying issues that can cause bottlenecks and Sean McGrady prioritising the changeover effectively Executive Director Tax Department • Developing a formula to calculate the cost of compliance Goldman Sachs • Planning a budget and controlling its execution11.30 Customising your compliance model: Do FFIs in Asia need to Kane Jones, Head of Risk respond differently? National Australia Bank • How different is the Asian model from the European model? Mark Oh, Head of Tax Asia Pacific • Identifying what needs to be customised BlackRock • Overcoming implementation challenges Philip Tye, Founding partner and MD Peter Douglas DragonBack Capital Chief Executive Officer Luis Antonio Jacinto, Vice President Risk Management GFIA Systems Officer, Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation12.00 Panel Discussion: Strategies in dealing with non-compliant FFIs 17.00 Closing remarks from the Chairperson • Is it possible to do business with non-compliant FFIs while remaining compliant? 17.15 End of conference • What risks can you be exposed to? P: (65) 6722 9388 • F: (65) 6720 3804 • E: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg www.fatcaasia.com
  • 5. POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPWednesday, 10 October 2012WORKSHOP A Setting up and managing a full service bank FATCA group projectAs foreign financial institutions gear up to become FATCA compliant, one of the biggesttasks is to organise a FATCA Group to identify and work through the challenges.How can you ensure that:• You are fully prepared to manage FATCA on multi-tier level• Develop and implement a strategy that is managed efficiently and effectivelyUncover how Jochen Kuhlhoff with Commerzbank demonstrates a proven and effectiveset up of a FATCA Group project, specifically designed to increase your understanding ofkey FATCA challenges; KYC processes, relationship management and IT set up as theyapply to financial institutions. Take advantage of the exclusive sponsorship09.00 “Meet and Greet” the Workshop Leader opportunities this event offers09.15 • Overall responsibility for the bank’s FATCA compliance • The set up of a group-wide FATCA implementation project FATCA implementation presents a huge range • Essential milestones of the project of opportunities for consultancies and solution • Centralised and decentralised topics providers in the finance sector. Finance companies in • Forming of the EAG and assigning the role of the FATCA Responsible Officer Asia are actively seeking solutions and consultancy offers in the areas of:11.30 End of Workshop • Developing implementation strategies and solutionsAbout the Workshop Leader: • FATCA consultancy Jochen Kuhlhoff specialises in the management of international projects in • Legal and regulatory advice the banking and financial services industry. Jochen’s work experience includes • Risk management and mitigation various project management and business development positions in Europe, North America, and Asia. Presently he co-ordinates the FATCA implementation Discover new business opportunities and get your project for Commerzbank Group. first mover advantage now with this truly regionalJochen studied business administration at the Universities of Goettingen and Bielefeld. event. A Practical Response to FATCA will give you face time with your principal client base, and create opportunities for you in Asia’s FATCA domain.WORKSHOP B Benefits of Speaking and Exhibiting as a Sponsor of Internal management of KYC compliance and this Event: 1. Thought Leadership: showcase your expertise, customer relationships superior products and services, and impress your prospects.Explore existing KYC and AML procedures with Phillipa Allen from Compliance Asia anddiscuss how you can make them FATCA compliant. 2. Maximise your exposure by leveraging on our marketing resources, including print12.30 “Meet and Greet” the Workshop Leader advertisements, website, email campaigns to over 10,000 finance professionals.12.45 How can you ensure that: 3. Optimise your influence: chair or moderate at • Learn to identify administrative bottlenecks before it is too late the event and shape the event flow – this is your • Strategy sharing sessions with a group of your peers on staff training opportunity to influence the audience and regimes position your organiSation as an industry leader • Your KYC and AML procedures are improved to meet FATCA requirements • Develop and implement a process that enables you to achieve a compliant 4. Be one step ahead – host a networking lunch – status let it be your corporate lunch! Discuss business in an informal way14.30 End of Workshop 5. Tailored business development arrangements:About the Workshop Leader: targeted prospect invitation to ensure you Philippa Allen, CEO and Managing Director of ComplianceAsia, has over 20 are meeting the right people and developing the years extensive experience of business and regulation in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, business relationship you desire the PRC, Hong Kong, Singapore, South East Asia, the Indian Subcontinent and Australia. She has extensive knowledge of business and regulation in both Limited sponsorship opportunities are now the developed and emerging economies of the region. She has considerable available! Contact us today to explore how youexperience in industry led lobbying of Asian Regulators and has been a member of various can best leverage this platform to achieve yourconsultative groups with regulatory bodies. business objectives: Call +65 6722 9388 or email sponsorship@iqpc.com.sg P: (65) 6722 9388 • F: (65) 6720 3804 • E: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg www.fatcaasia.com
  • 6. 5 WAYS TO REGISTER Online: www.fatcaasia.com Email: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg Phone: 65 6722 9388 Fax: 65 6720 3804 Post: IQPC Worldwide Pte Ltd 61 Robinson Road #14-01 Robinson Centre My booking code is: 21526.001 PDFW Singapore 068893 Please complete in BLOCK CAPITALS as information is used to produce delegate badges. DISCOUNTS & TEAM DEALS Please photocopy for multiple bookings. IQPC recognises the value of learning in teams. Group Please do not remove this label even if it is not addressed to you. bookings at the same time from the same company receive these discounts:  3 or more 7%  5 or more 10%  8 or more 15% This offer is exclusive of the early bird discount. Call us for a special discount rate for teams of 10 and above. Not applicable to workshop(s) only bookings. VENUE & ACCOMMODATION Amara hotel, Singapore 165 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088539 Tel: +65 6879 2555 Fax: +65 6224 3910 *Register and Pay in full no later than 27 July 2012 to qualify for the Early Bird Discount. Web: www.amarahotels.com Hotel accommodation and travel costs are not included in CONFERENCE PACKAGES Book & Pay by the registration fee. A reduced corporate room rate has been Regular Price arranged at Amara hotel, Singapore for attendees at this ALL PRICES IN SGD 27 July 2012 conference. To take advantage of this special rate, please process the hotel room reservation form provided upon PRIMARY MARKET EARLY BIRD STANDARD confirmation of your attendance. 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