CRS and Automatic Exchange of Information: Issues for the Wealth Management Industry, Paris, October 2016

Partager

Capture

 

The New York State Bar Association organized the international meeting 2016 in Paris gathering 27 Panels during one week.

Christophe Jolk, member of the Outer Temple Chambers, intervened in the 27th Panel on CRS (Common Reporting Standards) and Automatic Exchange of Information: Issues for the Wealth Management Industry

DESCRIPTION
The OECD’s new CRS system is profoundly reshaping global wealth management. This session will be an informative discussion outlining what CRS means for wealth owners and the wealth management industry in 2016 and beyond, particularly in light of the scheduled implementation of CRS in 2017 and 2018.

CO-CHAIRS
NY: Glenn Fox, Baker & McKenzie LLP
EU: Pedro Pais De Almeida, Abreu &Associados – Sociedade de Advogados RL

PANELISTS
Jorge Lombardi, Lombardi Aguilar Group
Michael Galligan, Phillips Nizer LLP, New-York
David Russell, QC, Outer Temple Chambers, Dubai
Christophe Jolk, Outer Temple Chambers, Paris

Download Christophe Jolk ‘s presentation

Télécharger le document (1,44 MB) Imprimer le document