The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA)

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Understanding its impact and the path forward for non-financial organizations

Most multinationals are impacted by FATCA in one way or another.

We held a seminar where we gave our attendees an overview of the FATCA legislation including the new information reporting and tax withholding requirements, with particular emphasis on non-financial organizations.




We talked about:

  • What FATCA is and the impact on global non-financial companies
  • Understanding “FATCA status”
  • FATCA’s impact across your organization
  • New reporting requirements
  • Important dates and what actions you need to take

Thought leadership

Taking control of FATCA: Building effective internal controls and processes to promote compliance and certification
This new whitepaper from PwC's cross-disciplined Global Information Reporting practice expands on an earlier report released in the winter of 2013 and explores strategies for developing an effective FATCA governance, compliance, and controls framework.


Final FATCA regulations issued: Let the compliance begin
Stakeholders patiently waiting for guidance regarding the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) need not wait any longer — final regulations were issued along with a press release.




Global Information Reporting and withholding news brief
This publication provides readers with the latest news and insights regarding domestic and international information reporting and withholding, including in-depth perspectives on new IRS protocols and procedures as well as the techniques, tools, and technology to keep your company at the forefront of compliance.


Leadership of PwC Alberta’s U.S. Corporate Tax Group
Find out who our U.S. Corporate Tax Group is in Alberta.

How we can help you

To help you prepare, PwC has formed a network of FATCA specialists in important markets around the world. They know the intricacies of tax law as well as local jurisdictions, rules and regulations.

Financial services companies already have worked with us on current state and gap assessments and taken part in our FATCA training programs. To plan your transition, get in touch.