Outline of European and international tax law measures
2018 Tax Plan - Budget Day (Prinsjesdag)
The following lists the measures proposed in the 2018 Tax Plan in respect of European and international tax law.
21 September 2017
Access to anti-money laundering data
Effective 1 January 2018, EU law requires tax authorities to have access to so-called anti-money laundering data which financial institutions have recorded under the Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing (Prevention) Act (Wwft). These rules aim to enable supervision over the correctness and completeness of data exchanged within the EU under the Common Reporting Standard (CRS). As part of this, the bill also provides the Dutch Tax Administration with access to the central register of Ultimate Beneficial Owners (UBO register). If an institution deliberately or grossly negligently fails to comply with its obligation to provide access to anti-money laundering data, the Tax Inspector can impose a penalty of up to EUR 20,500.
Deloitte Update Cafés
Throughout the country, Deloitte organizes Deloitte Update Cafés three times a year: meetings in a pleasant setting with an abundance of network opportunities. This is where Deloitte experts will bring you up to speed about current developments in your field of expertise. Recently discussed topics included: cyber security, financial reporting, amendments in tax legislation, risk & reputation, management reporting, Mid-Market trends and developments, and applied data analytics. Deloitte Update Cafés take little time: most consist of two one-hour presentations.
You will find Deloitte Update Cafés in (or around) Alkmaar, Amsterdam, Arnhem, Breda, Eindhoven, Maastricht, Groningen/Leeuwarden, Utrecht, and Zwolle.
More about Deloitte Update Cafés (in Dutch).