Global Tax Reclaim
Recorded On: 12/01/2021
As European tax reclaims, ECJ recoveries and IRS obligations evolve, funds and ETFs are challenged with navigating this complex landscape. During this webinar PwC, Invesco, First Eagle and Broadridge will discuss how asset managers are gearing up for these challenges and what to expect in 2022.
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Nicsa is pleased to offer this webinar learning activity to attendees who are seeking CPE credits. 1 CPE unit may be available for attendees of this webinar. The webinar requires no advanced preparation, no pre-requisite study and is appropriate for all who have a basic understanding of the investment management industry.
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CPEs Earned: 1
CPE Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group-Internet Based
Advanced Preparation: None
CANCELLATIONS AND REFUNDS:
Due to this program being offered free of charge, there will be no refunds issued.
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Fred Kosanovic (Moderator)
Vice President of Sales
Access Data - a Broadridge Company
Fred has over 20 years of experience in the financial technology industry. He is currently the head of Access Data sales for Broadridge. Fred seeks to elevate and strengthen long-term business partnerships with our clients. As a result, he has taken a client-first strategy with the goal of becoming a strategic partner and a go-to-resource to help clients overcome business challenges and issues.
Director, International Tax, Financial Services
SVP, Head of Fund Administration
First Eagle Funds
Joseph Malone is Senior Vice President of First Eagle Investment Management, LLC, Head of Fund Administration and CFO for First Eagle Funds located in New York. First Eagle Investment Management is an independent firm that manages assets for institutional and individual clients.
Joseph has responsibility for fund administration functions including financial reporting, oversight of service providers, valuation, tax, and other regulatory matters. He has over 32 years of experience in the financial services industry covering mutual funds, hedge funds, UCITS, and private equity funds, as well as a member on several industry committees.
Global Head of Tax
Mike McMaster is Global Head of Fund Tax and a member of the Office of the Fund CFO Americas. He also serves as Vice President and Chief Tax Officer for Invesco Funds and Assistant Treasurer for Invesco Exchange-Traded Funds. Mr. McMaster is responsible for Invesco’s Global Fund Tax Reporting and Distribution departments.
Mr. McMaster joined Invesco in 2020. Prior to joining the firm, he was senior vice president — managing director of tax services at US Bank Global Fund Services (GFS) where he developed an initial team of seven tax professionals into a team of 52 responsible for full tax consulting and federal and state tax return preparation services for over 800+ mutual funds, ETFs, MLP Corps, and 400+ non-registered hedge, private equity, PFIC, and master-feeder offshore investment structures. He also conducted tax-technical client webinars and performed internal staff training. Additionally, Mr. McMaster was the lead project coordinator within GFS and other US Bank departments on several ongoing tax and custody technology update initiatives.
Before that, he was a tax manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where he was responsible for client service relationships for multiple investment partnership groups and RIC clients, including US Bank GFS. He also held positions at KPMG and Northern Trust Corporation in Chicago. He has been in the industry since 1990.
Mr. McMaster earned a BAS degree in economics and political science from Northwestern University, College of Arts and Sciences, an MBA from Loyola University Chicago, College of Business, and an MS in taxation from the University of Illinois.