2017 US International Tax Course

Overview


Caroline H. Ngo spoke at the Tax Executives Institute’s (TEI) US International Tax Course.

The week-long course educated tax professionals on the fundamentals, challenges, and opportunities present in US international taxation—relevant to professionals working for both US and non-US headquartered companies.

Designed for in-house tax professionals with five or fewer years’ experience in US international tax matters, the course covered the central concepts of the US taxation of multi-national businesses.

Topics included:

  • Introduction to the United States’ international tax rules and concepts
  • Foreign holding, financing, intellectual property and operating structures
  • Foreign losses, repatriation of foreign earnings and sale of foreign subsidiaries.

View further information on TEI’s 2017 US International Tax Course here.

Dig Deeper

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Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands / Speaking Engagements / December 4, 2019

Cayman Captive Forum 2019: Group Captive Disclosure and Tax Issues for Participants/Members