ACTIVATED EXCHANGE RELATIONSHIPS FOR CRS INFORMATION

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  • #3386
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    Dave
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    Hello!

    Here is a fantastic resource which shows the already activated bilateral AEOI agreements:

    http://www.oecd.org/tax/automatic-exchange/international-framework-for-the-crs/exchange-relationships/

    Doe it makes sense to bank in counties with the FEWEST agreements? Or they will still sign it ALL?

    Dave

    #3389
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    DDg
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    As I expect it, eventually most of them will sign it. Unless one or two jursidiction, might blacklist each other.
    Most likely will it just make it a cat and mouse game.

    #3390
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    Streber
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    Running away from CRS is going to be very tiring. It’s an issue best solved by compliance or lawful avoidance.

    As for predicting which jurisdictions will sign when, you need to look at the economic, social, and political ties between the jurisdictions in question.

    Will X sign with Y? Analyse the situation. Compare to previous treaties signed by X and Y; understand the circumstances that led there. What’s similar? What’s different?

    #3403
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    Dave
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    Thank you Streber for your reply….I know this is the top of the financial planning right now and very expensive information but can you give us an example of such combo? For example – considering the tough political tensions between Russia and UK – is it more or less safe to bank in UK for a Russian citizen or VICE VERSA?

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