Legislative change regarding nominee-registered shares: what will change and when, webinar 28.5.

28.5.2019 15:00 - 16:30

Time: 28th of May 2019, 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM (Local time in Helsinki, Finland, EET, UTC + 3)

Join this webinar to hear more about the legislative change regarding nominee-registered shares. The webinar will focus on what will change and when, going through the legislative change step-by-step. Special attention will also be given to opening up what the implementation of the TRACE model will mean in the Finnish context. You can already familiarise yourself with the TRACE model by reading the OECD's TRACE Implementation Package: Authorised Intermediary System.

For a short synopsis of what will change with the new legislation, please read the following news story:

Target audience: financial intermediaries, such as local or global custodians, considering registration into the new Register of Authorised Intermediaries, regardless of where they are located in the custody chain

Webinar programme:

  1. The legislative change in a nutshell
  2. Implementation of OECD's TRACE model
  3. Reporting to the Tax Administration
  4. Refunds of tax-at-source in the future
  5. Keeping informed and getting involved

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Live chat is operating, and the Tax Administration’s experts are ready to answer your questions. However, if you wish to send any questions beforehand, please send them to financialsector@vero.fi. These questions will be answered either during or after the event anonymously, so we ask that you specify these questions by writing "Question for webinar" in the subject field.

The event is held in English.

The webinar is streamed live at www.mediaserver.fi/live/vero The webinar is broadcast live.

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You will receive an e-mail with more detailed instructions for taking part in the webinar. The webinar is free of charge. Any materials will be sent after the webinar to those who have signed up.

A recording of the webinar will be available as of 29th of May.