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New Treasury International Capital (TIC) Form D Seminar
September 19, 2007
Overview The Statistics Function conducts a half-day seminar on the TIC Report of Holdings of, and Transactions in, Financial Derivatives Contracts with Foreign Residents. All institutions with $100 billion or more in notional value of worldwide holdings of derivatives are required to submit this report. The seminar is a practical guide for completing this report and covers concepts, definitions and specific instructions.
Audience Officers and staff responsible for supervising and preparing TIC report forms.
Deadline Friday, August 31
Room capacity is full, but you can still register for the webcast. If you are interested in attending in person, please call either Thad Russell at (212) 720-8041 or Michele Waldman at (212) 720-8001.
Webcast Available for at least 30 days after the presentation.