Andrew Ittleman of Fuerst Ittleman to Instruct at 2011 US Money Transmitter Seminar in Los Angeles
On April 14 and 15, 2011, Andrew Ittleman, Esq. CAMS of Fuerst Ittleman will participate as an instructor at the US Money Transmitter Seminar at the Hotel Intercontinental in Los Angeles, California. The Seminar, which will be held as part of the 2011 International Money Transmitter Conference (IMTC), will be the first of its kind in California and will feature intensive discussions on a variety of issues affecting the money transmitting industry. The Seminar is intended to give an in-depth overview of the most important US money transfer regulations as well as the interpretations and expectations of US authorities regarding such regulations. Using examples drawn from real life, participants will receive practical advice on how to implement proper actions to prevent costly mistakes and avoid litigation risks. Among other issues, the Seminar will address the following questions:
- What is a money transmitting business? Are you sure you are one? Are you sure you are not?
- If you have a bank account in a state in the US, is your business required to become licensed there?
- If you have corporate headquarters in a state, is your business required to become licensed there?
- If you have a license to transmit money in one state, what types of activities can you conduct in other states where you are not licensed?
- Can a foreign money transmitting business maintain bank accounts in the United States if the business is unregistered or unlicensed in the United States? Does it have to register with FINCEN?
- Why are criminal investigations and prosecutions uniquely devastating for money services businesses?
For more information about the conference, please visit IMTC’s website. Additionally, Fuerst Ittleman clients and colleagues are entitled to a $100 discount off the cost of registration. For more information, please see the following announcement from IMTCs Director, Mr. Hugo Cuevas-Mohr: