The Italian Council of Ministers on 29 September 2015 adopted a decree to extend, by two additional months, the Italian voluntary disclosure procedure that was effective 2 January 2015. The voluntary disclosure program is now extended to 30 November 2015. In addition to extending the deadline for submitting applications to 30 November 2015, the decree grants a deadline to 31 December 2015 for completing the voluntary disclosure application with the summary report and the necessary bank and corporate documents.
Read a September 2015 blog posting by the KPMG member firm in Switzerland: Italian voluntary disclosure procedure extended
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