Schneidman and Delgado to Speak at International Tax Seminar
WTAS Managing Director Len Schneidman and WTAS Director Susan Delgado will panel a discussion on tax compliance and reporting at the International Tax Seminar Update on International Tax Compliance & Reporting, Transfer Pricing & International Tax Reform. Hosted by the Greater Geneva Berne Area (GGBa) and Boston University School of Law, the event addresses current issues in foreign asset reporting and transfer pricing, featuring Switzerland as a venue for financial investments and business structures.
Len Schneidman has over 40 years of experience in international taxation. His work includes counseling clients on structuring and operation of private investment funds, advising high net worth foreign investors on U.S. investments and activities, and helping U.S. and non-U.S. corporate clients with tax-efficient structuring of their business operations.
Sue Delgado has over 15 years of experience advising high net worth individuals, their families and closely-held businesses. Her practice focuses on tax consulting and compliance services for individuals, fiduciaries and related entities. Her experience includes: developing and implementing multi-generational wealth transfer plans; addressing multistate fiduciary tax issues; determination of qualified small business stock status of securities; tax issues related to individuals working abroad as well as foreign nationals working in the United States; and gifting strategies to accomplish family objectives.
(GGBa) is the economic development agency representing six Cantons of Western Switzerland: Geneva, Berne, Fribourg, Vaud, Neuchatel and Valais. Its primary mission is to support foreign-based companies looking to establish business operations in Western Switzerland. The Greater Geneva Berne area is active through its network of representative offices in the following countries: USA, Germany, France, Italy, Brazil, Russia, India and China. Part of this task is to broker and expedite dialogue with the individual cantonal tax authorities and to act as a conduit of pertinent cantonal tax information to the market place.
March 21, 2012
Downtown Harvard Club of Boston
One Federal Street, 38th floor