The ACAMS Netherlands Chapter will host an in-person conference on topics related to tax integrity, tax structures and compliance implications.
4:00 pm Registration
4:30 pm Introduction & presentations
5:30 pm Networking reception
7:00 pm Event ends
At our 2020 ACAMS NL Chapter event Vinod Kalloe presented a possible framework for defining terms as tax avoidance, evasion, fraud and aggressive tax planning based on real case examples which could support banks in implementing Dutch Central Bank’s client tax integrity (SIRA) requirements. Vinod will start with providing international insights and developments on tax integrity, build on the 2020 session and present the rapidly evolving international tax landscape and its impact on identifying customer related aggressive tax strategies aimed at reducing effective taxation or circumventing tax transparency and disclosure requirements.
Tom Loonen and Frank Basjes will discuss in a duo presentation tax integrity from a Dutch compliance perspective. Because tax integrity is an important topic for the Dutch Central Bank (DNB), they will discuss which developments there have been in the Netherlands.
In this regard, good practices on client tax integrity risks by banks and regulated services providers will be discussed. In the last part they will set out how you can identify tax integrity risks and actively manage these in key processes like client due diligence and transaction monitoring processes.