The Global Industry Forum is back to tackle a new key issue affecting the industry, for the benefit of the industry at large. Electronic Signatures. It has become the 'new normal' for the industry to have more online interaction with customers making the topic of electronic signatures vs the reliance on post and wet signatures more critically relevant than ever before.
Join TAINA's working group who aims to address deficiencies in the current allowances regarding Electronic Signatures.This working group will create a recommendation and feedback to Information Reporting Service Advisory Council (IRSAC) and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on a complete view on where the industry wants to utilize electronic signatures. The Industry Working Group will propose the standard and agree the next steps towards adoption.
Watch The Electronic Signature Forumn Kickoff Webcast, recorded on the 5th November. TAINA Managing Director Rasheed Khan was joined by an expert panel of key industry thought leaders who addressed several topics that have proved to be common industry painpoints.
Expert Forum Panel:
Tom Howgate – Deloitte LLP - Director
Cyrus Daftary – KPMG - Principal
Jonathan Jackel – Ernst & Young LLP - Managing Director
Daniel Dzenkowski is a Director in PwC’s Financial Services London
Rasheed Khan – TAINA Technologies - Managing Director
Jake Braun – TAINA Technologies – Senior Advisor
Download the webcast slides below for more information on these topics and our expert panelists.
We would like to have participation from both firms and leaders from buy and sell side, to cover a diverse set of views and needs on the use of electronic signature.
We welcome your feedback and contributions’ in helping us define these industry recommendations to IRSAC and the IRS. Additionally please present any specific problematic requirements in the current allowances for Electronic Signatures for the working group feedback.
Register now to get involved, next live meeting on is Wednesday 20th of January at 4-5pm (GMT) which will be focussed around the popular topic of the Expanded use of Electronic Signatures.