Antigua and Barbuda: AEOI CRS compliance form introduced
Reporting financial institutions must complete and electronically submit the AEOI CRS compliance form on or before 30 October 2022.
Reporting financial institutions must complete and submit the AEOI CRS compliance form
The government of Antigua and Barbuda announced the introduction of an automatic exchange of information, common reporting standard (AEOI CRS) compliance form.
Reporting financial institutions must complete and electronically submit the AEOI CRS compliance form on or before 30 October 2022 for the 2021 reporting period. Going forward, the AEOI CRS compliance form must be submitted annually by 30 October.
The government also reminded reporting financial institutions that the deadline to submit FATCA and CRS submissions will remain 15 August 2022.
Further, the government released manuals and guidelines to assist reporting financial institutions with the preparation of the AEOI CRS compliance form and provide a better understanding of the CRS regime.
Read a March 2022 report [PDF 114 KB] prepared by a KPMG member firm in the Caribbean
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