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CRS – Common Reporting Standard

Training: Training : CRS – Common Reporting Standard

Thu, 23/03/2017   for 1 Day
Conducted by: Eureka Financial
Contact: Sam Baker
Duration: 1 Day
Alternative dates: No

The Automatic exchange of financial account information is about improving transparency in the fight against tax evasion and in so doing protecting the integrity of the tax systems of the Participating Jurisdictions. Set up by OECD, CRS - Common Reporting Standard is an effort to coordinate globally efforts to increase tax transparency and will have a major impact on reporting requirements of financial institutions.
 
This highly practical 1 day course provides an overview of AEI reporting requirements but with strong focus on the reporting requirements of CRS/DAC and highlights the differences that apply under the other two regimes as well as FATCA. Conducted by an experienced City practitioner, the programme focuses on pragmatic aspects of setting up CRS framework and becoming compliant. 
 
You may be also interested in our FATCA course – register for both and save additional £100!

 
By the end of the course you will:
 

  • Understand the scope and impact of AEI reporting
  • Differences and similarities between different reporting standards
  • Learn about customer identification and classification 
  • Learn the best practices in complying with AEI / CRS
  • Implementation of AEI / CRS framework 
  • The best reporting practices
  • Data Standards and Importance of Reference Data
  • Implementation challenges and key success factors  

Register early and take advantage of our Early Bird offers!


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