With the DAC6 reporting requirements upon us, I joined an international panel of experts last week for #STEPEurope's second Virtual Panel Discussion.
Nearly 600 delegates registered for the session with over 300 joining live to enjoy what resulted in a lively discussion on the information exchange regime #DAC6.
The session was moderated by Simon Gorbutt TEP, Lombard International Assurance S.A., Luxembourg and I was joined by:
- Jérôme Barré TEP, Barré & Associés, France
- Marco Cerrato TEP, Maisto e Associati, Italy
- Dr. Niklas Schmidt J.R.M. TEP, WOLF THEISS Attorneys-at-Law, Austria
- Practical experience from ‘postponement’ and ‘non-postponement’ countries.
- Approaches to DAC6 analyses and reporting.
- Significant country variations and what to do about them.
- EU and non-EU case studies.
- Commercial impact (provider, advisor and client).
- Four things you must know, before you report.
There will also be a follow up Q&A report which we will share as soon as available.
For more information on DAC6 requirements, please contact me.
Having grappled with the Directive’s terms and followed its implementation and interpretation in national law, the time has come to report relevant arrangements dating back as far as June 2018...most ‘intermediaries’ will meet their first reporting deadline at the end of January 2021.