WTAS invites you to join us for an invitation only event...

The Individual Trustee: Best Practices

Tuesday, June 25th
1:30pm - 6:00pm EST

WTAS is pleased to invite you to a limited-attendance event designed for the nonprofessional trustee. In light of the uncertainty in the gift and estate area, the last quarter of 2012 saw a record number of trusts created, many of which were funded with substantial assets. In the rush to complete these transactions before year-end, friends and family members may have been appointed as trustees and may not be fully aware of the responsibilities of the position. Now that the dust has settled, it is time to consider what trustees should be doing to ensure the trusts are being administered with the utmost care.

This event will focus on trustee responsibilities, beneficiary rights, trust taxation and general best practices.  We encourage you to attend if you have established a trust, serve as a trustee in a nonprofessional capacity, are the beneficiary of a trust, or help manage a family office that involves trusts in its structure.

Overview of Program

Opening Remarks
Overview - Trusts/Trustee Responsibility
Joseph Toce, WTAS

Taxation of Trusts, Including State Tax and New Medicare Surtax
Cheryl Hader, Esq, Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel
Carl Fiore, WTAS

Trust Administration & Recordkeeping
Trust but Verify - How to Hold Trustees Accountable
How Trustees Can Protect Themselves
Carl Fiore, WTAS

Trustee Investment Responsibility
Gerard Joyce, HSBC
Adam Levy, WTAS

Trustee Discretion and Beneficiary's Rights
Joseph Kluemper, WTAS
Gerald DesRoches, WTAS

Trustee Best Practices - A Panel Discussion
Scott Baker, Perspecta Trust
Ronald Weiss, Esq, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom
Gerald DesRoches, WTAS
Joseph Toce, WTAS - Moderator
Q & A



If any additional guests are attending, please indicate their names and email addresses below.

Please enter as 'Guestname: Email address' (ex: John Smith: john@andersentax.com)