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Only three weeks away! Register for the 50th Annual Bank and Capital Markets Tax Institute East – November 4-6, 2015

When: November 4-6, 2015

Where: Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Visa, Orlando, FL

Register now!

For the past 49 years Bank and Capital Markets Tax Institute (BTI) 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. With cutting-edge sessions, speakers and networking opportunities BTI is the must attend event for all forward-thinking tax professionals.

Now in its 50th year, BTI 2015 will continue to provide attendees with unmatched tools and resources to ensure that you continue to remain current on the ever-changing issues facing the industry. Essential updates will be provided on key industry topics such as General Banking, Community Banking, IRS Developments, GAAP, Tax and Regulatory Reporting, and much more.New to the program this year, we’ve added sessions on Regulatory Banking, Tax Process, Technology & Efficiency, and much more!

Who Should Attend?

Job Function

  • Accountant
  • Attorney (Tax)
  • Business Development
  • Comptroller
  • Consultant
  • Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
  • Internal Auditor
  • Partner/Senior Manager
  • Tax Advisor
  • Tax Officer/Specialist
  • Tax Research/Manager
  • Treasurer
  • Other Corporate Finance Management
  • Administrator (Government)

  • Commercial Bank
  • CPA Firm
  • Government
  • Investment Bank
  • Law Firm
  • Online Bank
  • Retail bank
  • Savings and Loans
  • Technology/Software Industry Provider
  • Consultant: Business/Finance
  • Consultant: Other
  • Academia/Non-Profit

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