Navigating United States – Japanese Private Client Planning- 19th September 2019
The presentation will:
- Focus on (1) Japanese citizens living in the U.S.; (2) U.S. citizens who own assets in Japan; and (3) U.S. citizens living in Japan
- Overview the Japanese inheritance and gift tax systems, the Japanese taxation of trusts, the Japanese exit tax, and the U.S. -- Japanese estate and inheritance tax treaty
- Present planning opportunities and pitfalls
Presenter: Hitomi Sakai advises clients on international inheritance and estate planning, and labor and employment. She provides Japanese estate planning solutions for high net worth clients from all regions of the worlds, to include family businesses, company founders and investors. She has an LL.M. from Vanderbilt Law School and also is a member of the New York Bar and the Daini Tokyo Bar Association in Japan.
Moderator: Alan Winston Granwell counsels corporate and private clients on cross-border matters. He advises high-net-worth individuals on cross-border income, estate and gift tax planning, controversy and compliance, and is a former U.S. Treasury Department International Tax Counsel and Director, Office of International Tax Affairs.
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