UAB- Panel Discussion The Challenges of Coping with The International Tax Legislations (CRS)

Panel Discussion The Challenges of Coping with The International Tax Legislations (CRS)
18 August 2017 Habtoor Hotel – Beirut Lebanon

Panel discussion: 

This panel discussion will review the financial and tax background of Common Reporting Standard (CRS) for Automatic Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes, which “the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)” adopted as of 15 July 2014, building on the G20 request.

This standard aims to enable the judicial authorities of the State to obtain data and information about the financial accounts of taxpayers subject to this standard from financial institutions and banks, and exchange of this information automatically with the judicial authorities in other countries.

This panel will highlight the Law No. 55 which was issued by Lebanese Parliament on 27/10/2016, in particular the paragraphs six and eight, which includes the range of reporting procedures, and due diligence, for the purposes of automatic exchange of information. In addition, to the decree that is expected to be issued by the relevant authorities in Lebanon, which defines the mechanism for applying this standard, and the guidline manual of this mechanism.

This panel discussion will be covered by experts from the Lebanese Ministry of Finance, the Lebanese banking sector, international audit firms and global solutions. (As per attached agenda).

450 $
Fees include: 
Attending the panel, receiving the material, refreshments and a daily lunch.

Registration: from 8 am to 9:30 am.
Schedule: from 9:30 am to 14:30 pm daily.
Panel discussion: English and Arabic language.