AmCham Singapore and the American Association of Singapore are pleased to invite AAS members to a roundtable briefing on Financial Planning in the Era of FATCA and the Common Reporting Standard.
Hayden T Joseph CPA LLP's (Advanced American Tax) Derren T. Joseph will highlight how the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) and the OECD's Common Reporting Standards (CRS) affect American citizens and green card holders living abroad. He and his colleagues will outline essential considerations for financial planning under these new global rules.
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About the Speaker
Derren Joseph, is an Enrolled Agent (license # 00100858-EA) who has been admitted to practice before the IRS and is an associate member of the American Institute of CPAs (#7920958). He has a Masters in Economics from the University of Aberdeen (Scotland), a Masters in Development Studies from Middlesex University (London), has completed advanced tax coursework at both New York University and the University of London. Derren also holds a Certified Diploma from ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants in the UK).
Derren has done work for large, listed companies as well as small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). He also has over 15 years’ experience in financial and econometric modelling with British, American, & Caribbean companies. Derren’s experience includes Senior or Director-level roles, at companies such as British Airways, Expedia and Caribbean Airlines.
Derren has written extensively on economic and tax issues including being published with the Singapore Business Review, the American Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia, the International Business Structuring Association, Offshore Alert and the (Trinidad) Guardian. Since 2007, Derren has been advising on cross border tax issues in the Caribbean, the U.K., and Miami, FL. His specialty is navigating US tax laws. Derren moved to Singapore in October 2013 to manage the Singapore operation of a U.S. tax accounting firm.
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