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Webcast of Treasury International Capital (TIC) Banking and Securities Seminar
November 15, 2007 - February 15, 2008
Overview This webcast is a re-broadcast of the 2006 Treasury International Capital (TIC) Banking and Securities Seminar. The webcast gives viewers a better understanding of why TIC data are collected; the monthly and quarterly TIC reports and their interrelationship with the annual security-by-security SHL(A) and SHC(A) reports; a review of the TIC S Fact Sheets and an overview of common reporting errors. In addition, there will be a 2007 pre-recorded broadcast for an additional reporting guidance section of the TIC B and TIC S reports.