Over the last decade, the automatic exchange of information world evolved rapidly. FATCA was quickly succeeded by the roll-out of the EU DAC 2-8 series (covering the CRS, exchange of rulings, CBCR, mandatory disclosure of aggressive tax planning, exchange imposed on electronic platforms, and, just recently, exchange of information by crypto-asset service providers and operators). Additionally, CESOP reporting by payment service providers is about to go live as from 1.1.2024.
The draft FASTER Directive provides a positive note: this Directive intends to facilitate withholding tax reclaims and withholding reductions/exemptions at source on investment income in an EU context. What are the opportunities?
We are pleased to invite you to our breakfast session, focusing on the following recent developments:
- CESOP: mass reporting by PSPs – who is concerned, how to proceed?
- DAC 7: apart from impact on electronic platforms - changes to the CRS and Joint Tax Audit framework
- DAC 8: relevant for the crypto world, but also containing certain changes to the CRS
- FASTER: anticipated benefits… and hurdles
11:45 AM – Welcome
12:00 PM – Presentation
13:00 PM – Lunch
Jean-Nicolas Bourtembourg, Partner, Head of Tax & Transfer Pricing
Alain Verbeken, Director, Operational Tax
Aliaksei Chernikau. Senior Manager, Operational Tax
Free participation – Registration required
Grant Thornton Luxembourg
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