Revenue Jersey has identified a number of common themes which can lead to Financial Institutions not complying with their obligations under the CRS and FATCA reporting rules. At the same time, there are similarities in the way in which FIs which most successfully demonstrate compliance organise their approach to CRS/FATCA. Join officials from Revenue Jersey’s AEOI team to learn more about how FIs and third party reporters can improve the quality of their reporting.
- Niamh Moylan: Assistant Comptroller of Revenue – International
Niamh trained as a tax adviser with a Big 4 firm in Jersey before moving into Government in 2010. She has led Revenue Jersey’s International Tax operations division since 2015.
- Paul Meaker: Deputy Director – International (AEOI)
Paul has been leading Jersey’s AEOI team since September 2020. Prior to this he worked as a Director in Public Groups and International for the Australian Taxation Office and the financial services industry prior to that.
This session will:
- Help Financial Institutions and third party reporters understand some common issues affecting the quality of CRS/FATCA data reported to Revenue Jersey
- Discuss internal controls to improve data quality and reduce follow-up questions from clients and Revenue Jersey
- Explain the process by which Revenue Jersey undertakes CRS/FATCA compliance reviews
- Set out some common themes seen in institutions which implement CRS/FATCA most effectively
For more information, please contact Niamh Moylan at email@example.com