Energy Briefing: Tax Compliance Issues Faced by Energy & Chemical Companies
Join PwC and IHS Markit tax subject matter specialists as they lead a training and interactive discussion on the latest developments in information reporting and withholding compliance for energy and chemical companies. This session will include information on FATCA compliance, how to document your U.S. and non-U.S. vendors, withholding and reporting for payments made to U.S. and foreign vendors and counterparties, and the most recent IRS enforcement efforts.
(*Virtual attendees will join at this time.)
Registration will close on Thursday, December 1st at 11:59 p.m. EST.
John T. Ernest
Tel: +1 614-227-3217
|John is a Director in the Global Information Reporting Group and has assisted taxpayers with numerous domestic and foreign information reporting issues. His experience includes assisting clients in reviewing current policy and procedure manuals associated with information reporting to assess gaps, he has led various remediation projects and has drafted policy and procedure manuals for clients so that they will be compliant with the domestic and foreign information reporting rules. John has served as a tax subject matter specialist and project lead on various projects to determine the impact of FATCA for clients and is a frequent presenter on domestic and foreign information reporting issues. John has also assisted numerous taxpayers that are subject to IRS examination associated with information reporting issues.|
Tel: +1 (646) 471-2386
Mobile: +1 (646) 431-4567
|Dominick Dell'Imperio co-leads the PwC's Global Information Reporting (GIR) practice based in New York, a specialized global practice with over 300 professionals that assists multinational corporations in addressing the people, process, technology, and governance issues created by the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) and other information reporting and withholding issues. Dominick has extensive experience helping multinational corporations identify and remediate information reporting issues. He has lead engagements for a number of New York-based financial services companies, and also serves as a global resource to PwC offices around the globe.|
CEO, IHS Markit | CTI Tax Solutions
Tel: +1 (617) 963-3412
Cyrus Daftary is Chief Executive Officer of IHS Markit | CTI Tax Solutions, a global provider of international tax and regulatory compliance solutions. Mr. Daftary has particularly extensive experience with the United States withholding and reporting rules for U.S. and non-U.S. persons (1441 and FATCA), as well as the Common Reporting Standard (CRS). Mr. Daftary advises a number of global financial institutions and multi-national corporations about how to manage and monitor their compliance obligations.
Prior to IHS Markit | CTI Tax Solutions, Mr. Daftary was a Partner at a law firm and a Big Four Accounting firm. Mr. Daftary also served as a member and Chairman of the IRS Electronic Tax Administration Advisory Committee (ETAAC).
Mr. Daftary has extensively lectured and published in the areas of anti-money laundering, the European Savings Directive, international withholding and reporting, tax technology, and e-commerce topics as part of both his academic and private practice. Mr. Daftary is co-author of three editions of the E-Business Legal Handbook, and has taught courses on cyber-law, Internet taxation and e-commerce as an adjunct professor at Suffolk University School of Law, Northeastern University's Master of Taxation program and Suffolk University's Frank Sawyer School of Business.
Director, IHS Markit | CTI Tax Solutions
Tel: +1 (617) 963-3491
Jill Dymtrow is a Director at IHS Markit, within the CTI Tax Solutions division, where she focuses on multi-national corporations, consulting, and information reporting.
Jill joined CTI as a founding member in April 2007. Her extensive experience guiding US Withholding Agents through the highly technical and complex compliance issues involving Section 1441, 3406, and FATCA remains unique in the industry today. She specializes in information reporting, documentation, withholding and general implementation of compliance in these areas.
Prior to joining CTI, Jill specialized in information reporting and withholding as a Tax Manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers. In 2001, Jill began her 1441/3406 work with Qualified Intermediaries in preparation for the first QI Audit cycle. Shortly thereafter, Jill began working with US Withholding Agents on Section 1441/3406 compliance matters similar to those affecting QIs. Large US financial institutions and investment management firms as well as energy, pharmaceutical, entertainment and biotech companies consistently rely on Jill's expertise.
NASBA Field of Study: Business Management and Organization
Program Level: Intermediate
Delivery Method: Group, Internet-Based
Advanced Preparation: None
Successful completion of this program qualifies you to receive up to 1.0 NASBA CPE credit.