​As you may have heard, the OECD Common Reporting Standard (“CRS”) issued last year took a big step towards a global and coordinated approach to automatic disclosure of income earned by individuals and organisations. As a measure to counter tax evasion, it builds upon other legislations aimed at information sharing, such as FATCA and the EU Savings Directive.

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