When: Nov 10-11, 2015
Where: London, United Kingdom
AxiomSL’s London team will be exhibiting at the 13th Automatic Exchange of Information (AEI) Congress, which will outline the fundamental elements to consider when tackling the rising level of global reporting requirements associated with AEI, including US Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), the Common Reporting Standard (CRS) and the UK FATCA (also known as CDOT).
With Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) projects becoming somewhat ‘business as usual’, the shift of focus from the U.S regulation to greater AEI requirements is taking precedent.
The UK’s very own version of FATCA (Crown Dependencies & Overseas Territories, or CDOT) is causing speculation around how the requirements interplay with the US FATCA and how the reporting obligations will affect firms prior to the May 2016 deadline.
Furthermore, starting in 2017, the 51 ‘early adopters’ must now consider collecting their data for the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)’s CRS requirements. This is being classed as a big step towards a globally coordinated approach to disclosure of income earned by individuals and entities.
Labelled the world’s most popular event of its kind, the AEI Congress provides a central hub for market participants and financial services software vendors to network and discuss the growing importance of robust, future-proof AEI initiatives.
The following key topics will be explored in depth at the congress:
- Due diligence
- Regulatory reporting
- The Common Reporting Standard
- AEI project management on a local and global scale
Come and visit our booth
We will have our own booth, so if you would like to learn more about how AxiomSL works, or would like to discuss the latest challenges and developments relating to FATCA, CRS or any other regulation, please come by and visit.
AxiomSL’s Common Reporting Standard solutions
AxiomSL’s flexible, scalable, automated solution provides all of the functionality market participants need to comply with the requirements of the Common Reporting Standard (CRS). This includes ongoing support for all reporting schemas, and dashboards for managing the attestation of regulatory reports.
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