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Duties owed by banks when implementing AEOI regimes like FATCA and CRS.

The Bulletin for International Taxation has published my article on duties owed by banks to vulnerable (or possibly all) clients when implementing AEOI regimes like FATCA and CRS and the big data protection gap in most institution's approach. 

If not already a subscriber to IBFD.org you can download one for free, this one might be a good start! Or come direct to the horse's mouth and contact me to discuss.

The author focuses on whether a bank’s behaviour relating to such regimes is subject to a fiduciary duty to customers and any General Data Protection Regulation consequences of some approaches to compliance by banks. www.ibfd.org/...

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