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Best Practices in the Preparation of a FATCA Audit Plan
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 Export to Your Calendar 7/15/2020
When: Wednesday, July 15, 2020
11:00 AM
Where: Online
Contact: Tania Maysonet

Online registration is available until: 7/13/2020
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PRICE: $149

Best Practices in the Preparation

of a FATCA Audit Plan


This webinar covers the main points to be included in a FATCA audit plan to ensure that the institution is conducting the necessary verification of its compliance program.



  • Understanding FATCA Risks
  • Integration into internal audit policies
  • Compliance Verification Areas
  • Documentation/Policies and Processes
  • Internal/External Verification



  • FATCA compliance officers
  • Internal auditors with FATCA responsibility
  • Sales / Account Opening executives responsible for FATCA Due Diligence



Catherine McGrail

Directora de Mercadeo

Foodman CPAs & Advisors


Ms. McGrail is a seasoned executive with over 25 years of experience in International Banking.Over the years she has held key management positions in Marketing and Sales with both International Banks and Corporations in the United States, Europe and Latin America. While working for Bank of America and ABN AMRO, she headed up Regional Sales and Marketing Teams obtaining a unique specialization in International and Cross Border Transactional Banking and Account Structures.In the areas of International Banking Product and Technologies, Ms. McGrail led product diversification strategies in Latin America for both BLADEX (Banco Latino Americano de Exportacion) and Alterna Technologies. Most recently, she was the Sales and Marketing Director for FIBA, Florida’s International Bankers Association. Ms. McGrail is fluent in English, Spanish and French and received her MBA from IE (the Instituto de Empresa) Madrid, Spain.


Stanley Foodman,


CEO & Founder

Foodman CPAs & Advisors


Mr. Foodman has extensive experience representing American and foreign taxpayers to the United States and in complex tax and government matters. He uses his extensive experience as a forensic accountant and reputation as an expert witness to represent clients in resolving their tax matters. He has represented numerous American taxpayers through the Offshore Voluntary Reporting Programs. Mr. Foodman and his team of CPAs also represent clients through a wide range of accounting and tax services including corporate and individual taxation, real estate tax, fiduciary and successor, estate planning and compliance with banking legislation. Foodman CPAs and Advisors is consistently ranked as one of South Florida's leading accounting firms with branches in the Caribbean, Central and South America. Foodman CPAs and Advisors represent people and businesses around the world including the United States, the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe and the Middle East.