Многостороннее Соглашение компетентных органов об автоматическом обмене финансовой информацией от 29 октября 2014 г. / Multilateral Competent Authority Agreement on automatic exchange of financial account information (англ.)

Многостороннее Соглашение компетентных органов
об автоматическом обмене финансовой информацией
от 29 октября 2014 г.

 

MULTILATERAL COMPETENT AUTHORITY AGREEMENT
ON AUTOMATIC EXCHANGE OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNT INFORMATION

 

DECLARATION

 

 I, _______________________________________________________________,
 on behalf of the Competent Authority of , ________________________,
 declare that it hereby agrees to comply with the provisions of the

 

 

          Multilateral Competent Authority Agreement on
       Automatic Exchange of Financial Account Information

 

 hereafter  referred  to  as  the  "Agreement"  and attached to this
 Declaration.

 

 By means of the present  Declaration,  the  Competent  Authority  of
__________________________ is  to  be considered a  signatory of  the
 Agreement as from [day] [month] [year]. The Agreement will come into
 effect in respect of the Competent Authority of ____________________
 in accordance with Section 7 thereof.

 

 The Annex F notification referred to in Section 3(3) of the Agreement
 is deposited herewith.

 

 Signed in [location] on [day] [month] [year]

 

 

Whereas, the jurisdictions of the signatories to the Multilateral Competent Authority Agreement on Automatic Exchange of Financial Account Information (the "Agreement") are Parties of, or territories covered by, the Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters or the Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters as amended by the Protocol amending the Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters (the "Convention") or have signed or expressed their intention to sign the Convention and acknowledge that the Convention must be in force and in effect in relation to them before the first exchange of financial account information takes place;

 

Whereas, the jurisdictions intend to improve international tax compliance by further building on their relationship with respect to mutual assistance in tax matters;

 

Whereas, the Common Reporting Standard was developed by the OECD, with G20 countries, to tackle tax avoidance and evasion and improve tax compliance;

 

Whereas, a country that has signed or expressed its intention to sign the Convention will only become a Jurisdiction as defined in Section 1 of this Agreement once it has become a Party to the Convention;

 

Whereas, the laws of the respective Jurisdictions require or are expected to require financial institutions to report information regarding certain accounts and follow related due diligence procedures, consistent with the scope of exchange contemplated by Section 2 of this Agreement and the reporting and due diligence procedures set out in the Common Reporting Standard;

 

Whereas, it is expected that the laws of the Jurisdictions would be amended from time to time to reflect updates to the Common Reporting Standard and once such changes are enacted by a Jurisdiction the definition of Common Reporting Standard would be deemed to refer to the updated version in respect of that Jurisdiction;

 

Whereas, Chapter III of the Convention authorises the exchange of information for tax purposes, including the exchange of information on an automatic basis, and allows the competent authorities of the Jurisdictions to agree the scope and modalities of such automatic exchanges;

 

Whereas, Article 6 of the Convention provides that two or more Parties can mutually agree to exchange information automatically, the exchange of the information will be on a bilateral basis between the Competent Authorities;

 

Whereas, the Jurisdictions have, or are expected to have, in place by the time the first exchange takes place (i) appropriate safeguards to ensure that the information received pursuant to this Agreement remains confidential and is used solely for the purposes set out in the Convention, and (ii) the infrastructure for an effective exchange relationship (including established processes for ensuring timely, accurate, and confidential information exchanges, effective and reliable communications, and capabilities to promptly resolve questions and concerns about exchanges or requests for exchanges and to administer the provisions of Section 4 of this Agreement);

 

Whereas, the Competent Authorities of the jurisdictions intend to conclude an agreement to improve international tax compliance based on automatic exchange pursuant to the Convention, without prejudice to national legislative procedures (if any), respecting EU law (if applicable), and subject to the confidentiality and other protections provided for in the Convention, including the provisions limiting the use of the information exchanged thereunder;

 

Now, therefore, the Competent Authorities have agreed as follows:

 

 


Многостороннее Соглашение компетентных органов об автоматическом обмене финансовой информацией от 29 октября 2014 г. / Multilateral Competent Authority Agreement on automatic exchange of financial account information (англ.)


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ФНС России от имени Российской Федерации подписала Соглашение 12 мая 2016 г.


См. перечень стран-участниц и предполагаемые сроки обмена информацией