China: Instructions for submitting CRS annual reports

Instructions for private equity fund managers for submitting CRS annual reports

Instructions for private equity fund managers for submitting CRS annual reports

China’s tax authorities provided instructions for private equity fund managers with regard to submissions of the common reporting standard (CRS) annual report in the AMBERS system.

The instructions reflect:

  • The financial institution code is the registration code of the financial institution.
  • All questions must be answered in detail, given this is the first time that a written report is being filled in the AMBERS system. However, starting next year, some questions can be filled in as “same as the previous year.”
  • Once the written report is submitted through the AMBERS system, there is no need to email it again.

Read a June 2021 report [PDF 143 KB] prepared by KPMG LLP

 

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