Addressing Key Solutions to Today's Most Pressing Topics for Tax Professionals

At a NEW venue for its 54th year, Bank & Capital Markets Tax Institute (BTI) 2019 will provide leading tax professionals from financial institutions with unmatched tools and resources to ensure you remain current on the ever-changing issues facing the industry.
 
BTI will feature essential updates on key industry topics such as General Banking, Community Banking, IRS Developments, M&A, FSI-Tax Developments, Compensation & Fringe Benefits, Planning for Efficiency and Effectiveness in the Stress Testing Process, GAAP and Regulatory Update, and much more. Our expert advisory board is assembling a dynamic and interactive agenda making BTI 2019 the only choice for tax professionals.

NEW! Keynotes Just Announced

Curtis Dubay

Tuesday November 5

8:00 AM

Curtis Dubay

Senior Economist
American Bankers Association
Jennifer Acuña

Tuesday November 5

12:45 PM

Jennifer Acuña

Principal, Federal Legislative and Regulatory Services
KPMG
Tom Brown

Wednesday November 6

8:00 AM

Tom Brown

CEO
Second Curve Capital

Who Should Attend?

Job Functions

  • 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)

Organizations

  • 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

Thank You to Our Diamond Sponsor

Crowe

2018 Conference Highlights Included:

  • Implications of Federal Tax Credits and Tax Reform
  • IRS Developments/Practices and Procedures
  • Community Banking and S-Corp Updates
  • Financial Services Industry Recent Tax Developments
  • Updates in State and Local Taxation of Banks and Financial Institutions
  • Tax and Regulatory Reporting/Bank Regulations Implications