The Automatic Exchange of Information

The OECD took a decisive step toward international tax transparency when it presented the future standard for the Automatic Exchange of Information (AEoI) on 21 July 2014. It is not anymore a question if but when the AEoI will enter into force. All relevant financial centers have confirmed to implement timely the AEoI. The so-called Early Adopter Countries have even committed themselves to implement the AEoI as of 1 January 2016. Switzerland adopts the new regime by 1 January 2017.


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Jürg Birri, Head of Legal and Regulatory Competence Center

Nicolas Moser, Audit Regulatory Services

Jean-Luc Epars, Legal Regulatory Financial Services

Lars Schlichting, Attorney-at-law

Philipp Zuend, Attorney-at-law

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In 2018 respectively 2019, Switzerland will start exchanging tax data with various countries regarding the previous year.

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Impact of the AIA on asset managers

To what extent are asset management structures and their stakeholders affected by the AEoI?

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The AEoI Ordinance

The Ordinance defines relevant regaring the implementation of the AEoI.

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Tax transparency with group requests

Foreign tax authorities already have the possibility to access customer data via group requests.

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