Financial institutions adapt to tax transparency
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Financial institutions adapt to tax transparency

feb 19

Tax transparency initiatives such as the CRS, AEOI and FATCA, and the upcoming mandatory disclosure rules, are having a profound impact on the operations and IT infrastructure of financial institutions (FIs) worldwide. Ronald Frey, chief product officer of the RegTech product unit within BearingPoint, discusses how these are creating trends towards data alignment and centralisation, and are changing the role of FIs and wealth managers in cross-border tax reporting.

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