Common Reporting Standards (CRS) classification and reporting in Asia Pacific

11 October 2017
 -  On demand
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What is the webinar?

Common Reporting Standards (CRS) is an internationally agreed standard for automatic exchange of information (AEOI) to detect and deter tax evasion by taxpayers using offshore bank accounts.

Majority of countries in Asia Pacific are late adopters of CRS, meaning the countries will perform automatic exchange of financial data only in 2018. These late adopters include Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Samoa and Singapore.

However, residing entities in these countries have to be prepared for the upcoming classification and reporting today to avoid penalties of non-compliance. Join us in our live webinar to learn about:

  • CRS classification and reporting in APAC – who is in scope?
  • What is reportable and what is not reportable?
  • Role of your banks and corporate service providers in the CRS classification, on-boarding and reporting
  • Differences and similarities between FATCA and CRS
  • Consequences of non-compliance

Who will be attending?
CFOs, in-house legal, general counsels, company secretaries, procurement

What is TMF Group’s involvement?
TMF Group’s expert will be sharing insights and tips on CRS classification and reporting in Asia Pacific.

Speaker:

Leila Szwarc, Head of Compliance and Strategic Regulatory Services

Leila is an Argentine qualified lawyer and currently the Head of Compliance and Strategic Regulatory Services of TMF Group, where one of her focus area is on Common Reporting Standards (CRS).

She has over 16 years of experience in international fiduciary business, specialising in international legal, regulatory and reporting developments for private and multinationals, as well as commercial development, implementation and execution of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act and CRS.

Prior to joining TMF Group, Leila held various management positions with CITCO Corporate & Trust division, CITCO Suisse SA and CITCO Trustees SA, as well as different positions coordinating the marketing desk for Latin American clients with special focus on Brazil, Mexico and Colombia. She is fluent in eight languages and a frequent speaker in different countries at panels including the International Bar Association, IBC Informa Plc, Academy and Finance and others.