|16:00–16:30 Registration, 16:30–19:00 Seminar and Light Refreshments|
Attendance is free of charge, however only registered delegates will be admitted
Henley & Partners is hosting an exclusive seminar on the impact that the Common Reporting Standard (CRS) and the Automatic Exchange of Information will have on wealthy individuals, as well as the benefits associated with residence- and citizenship-by-investment.
The Benefits of Residence- and Citizenship-by-Investment
Scott Moore IMCM
Manager, Henley & Partners
Overview of CRS Reporting Mechanism
• Typical private client wealth structures subject to reporting
• Practical implementation and advisory issues financial institutions will face
• CRS and AML interaction and implications
• Future developments, repeal of US FATCA
Partner, Gowling WLG
Register here to attend the Impact of the Automatic Exchange of Information seminar on Wednesday, 19 July 2017.
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