• 2018/06/07

FATCA and CRS have imposed new obligations on financial institutions to share taxpayer information at a rate never seen before. Meanwhile local regulations and tax amnesties are increasingly incentivising clients to self-report tax liabilities in their home jurisdictions. BearingPoint together with Regulation Asia released a whithe paper about the rise of client tax reporting in Asia.

On June 7, 2018, we organzied a webinar session to find out how private banks and wealth managers can build competitive advantage by supporting clients' cross-jurisdictional tax reporting needs.

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BearingPoint’s Ronald Frey and Marco Kundert, Regulation Asia co-founder Brad Maclean, and Herbert Smith Freehills’ Pamela Kiesselbach discussed several key themes around client tax reporting, including the following key topics:

  • Trends in tax transparency & reporting
  • Regulatory friction, enforcement trends & outlook on risks to clients
  • Leveraging technology to support client tax reporting obligations

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The rise of Client Tax Reporting in Asia

The rise of Client Tax Reporting in Asia

How private banks and wealth managers can build competitive advantage by supporting clients' cross-jurisdictional tax reporting needs?

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