Attend the 2nd Annual Bank and Capital Markets Tax Institute West – December 2-3 in San Francisco

The National Law Review is please to give you information on the 2nd Annual Bank and Capital Markets Tax Institute WestBank and Captial Markets Tax Institute Dec 2-3 San Francisco, CA - Register Now!

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WHEN

December 2-3, 2-14

WHERE

San Francisco, CA

Due to the success of last year’s first ever west coast Bank and Capital Markets Tax Institute (BTI), we are proud to announce that BTI West will be coming back for a second year! For 48 years the annual BTI East in Orlando has provided bank and tax professionals from financial institutions and accounting firms in-depth analysis and practical solutions to the most pressing issues facing the industry, and from now on professionals on the west coast can expect the same benefits on a regular basis

The tax landscape is continually changing; you need to know how these changes affect your organization and identify the most efficient and effective plan of action. At BTI West you will have access to the same exceptional content, networking opportunities and educational value that have made the annual BTI East the benchmark event for this industry.

In an industry that thrives on both coasts, we will continue to offer exceptional educational and networking opportunities to ALL of the hard-working banking and tax professionals across the country. Join us at the 2nd Annual Bank and Capital Markets Tax Institute WEST, where essential updates will be provided on key industry topics such as General Banking, Community Banking, GAAP, Tax and Regulatory Reporting, and much more.

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