The Automatic Exchange of Information

The OECD standard on the Automatic Exchange of Information (AEoI) is the last step towards international tax transparency. In conjunction with all relevant financial centers, Switzerland has committed itself to implement the AEoI. While the so-called early adopter countries have already introduced the AEoI as of 1 January 2016, Switzerland has implemented the AEoI on 1 January 2017. Thus, in 2018, Switzerland will exchange data for the first time (regarding the year 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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Insurance policies under the AEoi

Not only bank accounts, but also all cash value insurance contracts are affected by the AEoI (PDF in German).

 
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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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