Banking & Capital Markets
CRD IV Country by Country reporting: Update
The European Union's CRD (Capital Requirements Directive) IV, country by country reporting proposals were formally adopted by the European Council on June 20, 2013.
The CRD IV package of regulatory reform measures was voted through by a qualified majority and the rules are now expected to be published in the Official Journal of the European Union before the end of June 2013, paving the way for implementation from 1 January 2014.
These reporting measures are aimed at increasing financial and tax transparency, on a country by country basis, for a wide range of financial institutions regulated under CRD IV.
Attend our webcast to learn about:
- The finalized CRD IV country by country reporting scope, requirements, local law implementation and reporting time lines
- The implications for both EU and non-EU headquartered institutions, including interaction with other regulatory reporting frameworks
- The steps we are taking to help the market prepare for implementation
View our webcast from May 20, 2013: CRD IV: country-by-country tax transparency reporting