Public Speaking

Practical Application of the CRS


 

EVENT:

DUBAI, MONDAY 9 APRIL 2018, SOFITEL DOWNTOWN DUBAI HOTEL (afternoon)


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How will the Common Reporting Standard (CRS) be applied to Financial Institutions, Accounts, Controlling Persons and typical structures (trusts and underlying companies)?


AGENDA


Overview of the CRS rules as they apply to:

  • Reporting Financial Institutions

  • Active NFEs

  • Non-Reportable Persons

  • Passive NFEs


Practical Application of the CRS Reporting Rules to the following typical structures, comprising:

  • a reserve power trust, underlying investment company with a depositary account;

  • a reserve power trust, with underlying man- aged investment company with portfolio and depository accounts;

  • a fully discretionary trust, with underlying managed investment company with portfolio and depository accounts;

  • a reserve power trust, with underlying trading company with depository accounts;

  • a reserve power trust, with underlying treasury company with depository accounts;

  • a charitable trust, with underlying investment company with depository account;

  • a US trust with underlying investment company with depository account;

  • a reserve power trust, with underlying investment company and US depository account;

  • a pension trust with underlying investment company with depository account;

  • a fully discretionary trust, with loan arrangements to various underlying managed investment companies with depository accounts;

  • a reserve power trust with underlying nominee holding shares in an investment company with a depository account.

  • a life interest trust, with underlying investment company with depository account.


CRS Listed Company Exemption explained


CRS Classification Ranking explained with reference to “deemed” Active NFE and Passive NFE Rules


The limits of Anti-Avoidance Explained: New Accounts vs. Existing Accounts


CRS Expert Enterprise Application Software demonstrated and explained.



 








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