US Citizens Tax Information Seminar

Important Tax Information For US Citizens

Free Seminar 

Monday, September 24th 2018, 18.30-20.00

  • Is your US passport a liability?

  • Are you an accidental American?

  • What’s next – is there change in the wind?

Please come & join us at the Intercontinental hotel in Frankfurt where you will be able to get an update on current legislative initiatives – as well as having the opportunity to share experiences through a question & answer session.

There will also be information on what you can do to help support tax reform.

Admission to the seminar is free, however, registration is required. A cash bar will be available. Why not bring a friend!

Event Details:  Monday, 24 September, 18.30 – 20.00
Where: Intercontinental Hotel, Wilhelm-Leuschner Strasse 43, 60329 Frankfurt am Main
Cost: FREE

Panel Discussion

Thursday, September 6th 2018

“Trumponomics – anyone winning?” 


It’s been nearly two years since the inauguration of US President Donald Trump. In that relatively brief time, he has upended decades of American economic policy. The President has cut taxes, launched trade wars, and picked fights with America’s closest allies, including Canada and the European Union. Yet, the US economy continues to flourish ahead of key mid-term elections.  

Our panel of industry, government officials and media representatives will explain “Trumponomics” and discuss the economic impact Trump and his policies have had on the US and other economies. Panelist
will address the questions:

• Who is winning from Trumponomics?
• What are the prospects for the rest of his term?
• And, is it really true that everyone loses from a trade war?

Join US and discuss with us the latest developments on the Us trade reform.

Our Panel Members and Moderator are:

   

Matthias Krämer 
is Partner at the international law firm GGV. He is a 
Lawyer,  Tax Advisor, Certified International Tax Advisor,Specialist Tax Lawyer. He advises German  and international companies on complex issues of national and international tax law in the context of corporate law.   





 


Dr. Jürgen Michels
 is Chief Economist and Head of Research at BayernLB in Munich. Prior to joining BayernLB, he served as an economist in Citigroup‘s Investment & Research Analysis (CIRA) department in London and became chief euro-area economist in 2008.     




 


Michael Stumo
 is the Chief Executive Officer of the Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA). CPA is a national bipartisan organization including agriculture, manufacturing and organized labor. CPA works for policies to balance U.S. trade, create jobs and achieve broadly shared prosperity.     




 

Todd Buell
 is a Senior Correspondent for Law360 and MLex specializing in tax policy. He is based in Brussels and previously worked for  The Wall Street Journal and Market  News International in Frankfurt    





Location: 
Union International Club,Am Leonhardsbrunn 12, 60487 Frankfurt

Cost: € 35.00pp
Please register by September 1st

If you make a reservation and cannot attend, please cancel NO LATER THAN September 4th or send a substitute, otherwise you will be billed.

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Newcomer's Festival

Sunday 9th September – 1.00PM – 6.00PM

The 18th annual Newcomers Festival is a fun and informative event that allows the international community to discover the attractiveness and diversity of the region. Last year’s event was attended by over 5,000 expatriates and nearly 60 exhibitors – AGBC-Frankfurt being one of those!

Once again we will be taking a stand at this year’s Festival. All AGBC Members are invited – there is no cost to attend!

Why not come along – perhaps you will find out something about our region that you did not previously know!

Even better – why not volunteer to help us on our stand for an hour or so?

You can get more information on the Newcomer’s Festival at their website – 
www.newcomers-festival.de

When: Sunday, 9th September 1-6pm

Where: Römer (City Hall) Frankfurt,

Cost: Free

If you would like to assist us on the day by volunteering to help on our stand, please click below.