Among the unintended consequences of the 2017 US Tax Reform, the repeal of the Internal Revenue Code Section 958(b)(4) unintentionally results in the creation of a very large number of new controlled foreign corporations (new CFCs) which are imposed expanded Form 1099 reporting and backup withholding tax requirements. These requirements are very difficult to implement operationally for the reasons that the EBF has explained in a letter it sent to the US Treasury on 19 February 2019. In this letter, the EBF also emphasizes that new CFCs might be facing a potential loss of the portfolio interest exemption, which could disrupt common intercompany financing transactions. The EBF calls for an urgent solution.
Great to have Julius Baer onboard, the first Swiss bank and first private bank globally to join. Principles are not about any one asset class or banking business but rather are a framework for def. what it means to be a resp. bank, both globally and in every mkt. @UNEP_FI https://t.co/GtW0QWWvym
Digital Assets Workshop @EUBlockchain Panel in Brussels - Issuance of digital assets: how to proceed, how to succeed? Comment made, utility tokens will still be needed, to build a community of users #Blockchain #utilitytokens #digitalassets #decentralised #digital #innovation
“International Directors Banking Programme” is a new modular programme of three three-day modules at the INSEAD business school in Fontainebleau, France. The content is driven by the needs for bank directors and senior executives working in banks to review and update their corporate governance practices due to the many pressures they face, and will focus on the effectiveness of directors and boards. Successful completion by participants offers certification by INSEAD. Read more
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