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Haydon Perryman, CGMA posted: “Haydon Perryman, CGMA posted: ”

Is the self-certification valid?

The   self-certification   can   be   provided   in   any   form   but   in   order   for   it to be valid the Standard sets out that it must be signed (or otherwise   positively affirmed,”

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Haydon Perryman, CGMA posted: ”

Is the self-certification valid?

The   self-certification   can   be   provided   in   any   form   but   in   order   for   it to be valid the Standard sets out that it must be signed (or otherwise   positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of a”

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Validation

by Haydon Perryman, CGMA

Is the self-certification valid?

The   self-certification   can   be   provided   in   any   form   but   in   order   for   it to be valid the Standard sets out that it must be signed (or otherwise   positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of active input or confirmation) by   the Account   Holder,   be   dated ,   and   must   include   the   Account   Holder’s:   name;  residence address; jurisdiction(s) of residence for tax purposes; TIN(s) and   date of   birth.

Com p.   128

144.

A Reporting Financial Institution is considered to have confirmed   the reasonableness   of   a   self-certification   if   it   does   not   know   or   have   reason   to know that the self-certification is incorrect or unreliable . Where a   self-certification fails the reasonableness test the Reporting Financial Institution   is expected   to   either   obtain   a   valid   self-certification   or   a   reasonable   explanation and documentation as appropriate supporting the reasonableness of the   self-certification.

Due diligence procedure for New Entity Accounts.

Map

The optional provision in relation to the definition of   Preexisting Account as set out in the context of New Individual Accounts in   this Handbook also applies to Entity Accounts. So where provided for,   some accounts   that   would   otherwise   need   to   be   treated   as   New   Accounts   can   be instead treated as Preexisting   Accounts.

Com p.   181

Due diligence procedure for New Entity   Accounts

Is the Self-certification valid?

Map

For the self-certification to be valid the Standard sets out that it   must be signed (or otherwise positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of   active input or confirmation) by a person authorised to sign on behalf of the Entity,   be dated , and must include the Account Holder’s: name; address;   jurisdiction(s) of residence for tax purposes and   TIN(s).

Com p.   145

Review procedure for Controlling Persons.

Map

Notwithstanding whether the account has been found to be   a Reportable Account following the first part of the test, the Financial   Institution must   carry   out   the   procedure   in   relation   to   Controlling   Persons   to   identify whether additional information must also be reported or whether an   account now becomes a Reportable Account. The procedure is outlined in Figure   18 with each step described   below.

CRS p.   41

Com p.   147

Figure 18: Due diligence procedure in respect of Controlling Persons for   New Entity   Accounts

177.

Map

The self-certification can be provided in any form but in order for   it to be valid the Standard sets out that it must be signed (or otherwise   positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of active input or confirmation) by   the Controlling Person(s) or the Entity Account Holder, be dated , and   must include the Controlling Person’s: name; residence address; jurisdiction(s)   of residence for tax purposes; TIN(s) and date of   birth.

Is the self-certification valid?

The   self-certification   can   be   provided   in   any   form   but   in   order   for   it to be valid the Standard sets out that it must be signed (or otherwise   positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of active input or confirmation) by   the Account   Holder,   be   dated ,   and   must   include   the   Account   Holder’s:   name;  residence address; jurisdiction(s) of residence for tax purposes; TIN(s) and   date of   birth.

Com p.   128

144.

A Reporting Financial Institution is considered to have confirmed   the reasonableness   of   a   self-certification   if   it   does   not   know   or   have   reason   to know that the self-certification is incorrect or unreliable . Where a   self-certification fails the reasonableness test the Reporting Financial Institution   is expected   to   either   obtain   a   valid   self-certification   or   a   reasonable   explanation and documentation as appropriate supporting the reasonableness of the   self-certification.

Due diligence procedure for New Entity Accounts.

Map

The optional provision in relation to the definition of   Preexisting Account as set out in the context of New Individual Accounts in   this Handbook also applies to Entity Accounts. So where provided for,   some accounts   that   would   otherwise   need   to   be   treated   as   New   Accounts   can   be instead treated as Preexisting   Accounts.

Com p.   181

Due diligence procedure for New Entity   Accounts

Is the Self-certification valid?

Map

For the self-certification to be valid the Standard sets out that it   must be signed (or otherwise positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of   active input or confirmation) by a person authorised to sign on behalf of the Entity,   be dated , and must include the Account Holder’s: name; address;   jurisdiction(s) of residence for tax purposes and   TIN(s).

Com p.   145

Review procedure for Controlling Persons.

Map

Notwithstanding whether the account has been found to be   a Reportable Account following the first part of the test, the Financial   Institution must   carry   out   the   procedure   in   relation   to   Controlling   Persons   to   identify whether additional information must also be reported or whether an   account now becomes a Reportable Account. The procedure is outlined in Figure   18 with each step described   below.

CRS p.   41

Com p.   147

Figure 18: Due diligence procedure in respect of Controlling Persons for   New Entity   Accounts

177.

Map

The self-certification can be provided in any form but in order for   it to be valid the Standard sets out that it must be signed (or otherwise   positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of active input or confirmation) by   the Controlling Person(s) or the Entity Account Holder, be dated , and   must include the Controlling Person’s: name; residence address; jurisdiction(s)   of residence for tax purposes; TIN(s) and date of   birth.

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Haydon Perryman, CGMA posted: ”

Is the self-certification valid?

The   self-certification   can   be   provided   in   any   form   but   in   order   for   it to be valid the Standard sets out that it must be signed (or otherwise   positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of a”

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Validation

by Haydon Perryman, CGMA

Is the self-certification valid?

The   self-certification   can   be   provided   in   any   form   but   in   order   for   it to be valid the Standard sets out that it must be signed (or otherwise   positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of active input or confirmation) by   the Account   Holder,   be   dated ,   and   must   include   the   Account   Holder’s:   name;  residence address; jurisdiction(s) of residence for tax purposes; TIN(s) and   date of   birth.

Com p.   128

144.

A Reporting Financial Institution is considered to have confirmed   the reasonableness   of   a   self-certification   if   it   does   not   know   or   have   reason   to know that the self-certification is incorrect or unreliable . Where a   self-certification fails the reasonableness test the Reporting Financial Institution   is expected   to   either   obtain   a   valid   self-certification   or   a   reasonable   explanation and documentation as appropriate supporting the reasonableness of the   self-certification.

Due diligence procedure for New Entity Accounts.

Map

The optional provision in relation to the definition of   Preexisting Account as set out in the context of New Individual Accounts in   this Handbook also applies to Entity Accounts. So where provided for,   some accounts   that   would   otherwise   need   to   be   treated   as   New   Accounts   can   be instead treated as Preexisting   Accounts.

Com p.   181

Due diligence procedure for New Entity   Accounts

Is the Self-certification valid?

Map

For the self-certification to be valid the Standard sets out that it   must be signed (or otherwise positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of   active input or confirmation) by a person authorised to sign on behalf of the Entity,   be dated , and must include the Account Holder’s: name; address;   jurisdiction(s) of residence for tax purposes and   TIN(s).

Com p.   145

Review procedure for Controlling Persons.

Map

Notwithstanding whether the account has been found to be   a Reportable Account following the first part of the test, the Financial   Institution must   carry   out   the   procedure   in   relation   to   Controlling   Persons   to   identify whether additional information must also be reported or whether an   account now becomes a Reportable Account. The procedure is outlined in Figure   18 with each step described   below.

CRS p.   41

Com p.   147

Figure 18: Due diligence procedure in respect of Controlling Persons for   New Entity   Accounts

177.

Map

The self-certification can be provided in any form but in order for   it to be valid the Standard sets out that it must be signed (or otherwise   positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of active input or confirmation) by   the Controlling Person(s) or the Entity Account Holder, be dated , and   must include the Controlling Person’s: name; residence address; jurisdiction(s)   of residence for tax purposes; TIN(s) and date of   birth.

  1. Is the self-certification valid?

The   self-certification   can   be   provided   in   any   form   but   in   order   for   it to be valid the Standard sets out that it must be signed (or otherwise   positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of active input or confirmation) by   the Account   Holder,   be   dated ,   and   must   include   the   Account   Holder’s:   name;  residence address; jurisdiction(s) of residence for tax purposes; TIN(s) and   date of   birth.

Com p.   128

144.

A Reporting Financial Institution is considered to have confirmed   the reasonableness   of   a   self-certification   if   it   does   not   know   or   have   reason   to know that the self-certification is incorrect or unreliable . Where a   self-certification fails the reasonableness test the Reporting Financial Institution   is expected   to   either   obtain   a   valid   self-certification   or   a   reasonable   explanation and documentation as appropriate supporting the reasonableness of the   self-certification.

  1. Due diligence procedure for New Entity Accounts.

Map

The optional provision in relation to the definition of   Preexisting Account as set out in the context of New Individual Accounts in   this Handbook also applies to Entity Accounts. So where provided for,   some accounts   that   would   otherwise   need   to   be   treated   as   New   Accounts   can   be instead treated as Preexisting   Accounts.

Com p.   181

Due diligence procedure for New Entity   Accounts

  1. Is the Self-certification valid?

Map

For the self-certification to be valid the Standard sets out that it   must be signed (or otherwise positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of   active input or confirmation) by a person authorised to sign on behalf of the Entity,   be dated , and must include the Account Holder’s: name; address;   jurisdiction(s) of residence for tax purposes and   TIN(s).

Com p.   145

  1. Review procedure for Controlling Persons.

Map

Notwithstanding whether the account has been found to be   a Reportable Account following the first part of the test, the Financial   Institution must   carry   out   the   procedure   in   relation   to   Controlling   Persons   to   identify whether additional information must also be reported or whether an   account now becomes a Reportable Account. The procedure is outlined in Figure   18 with each step described   below.

CRS p.   41

Com p.   147

Figure 18: Due diligence procedure in respect of Controlling Persons for   New Entity   Accounts

177.

Map

The self-certification can be provided in any form but in order for   it to be valid the Standard sets out that it must be signed (or otherwise   positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of active input or confirmation) by   the Controlling Person(s) or the Entity Account Holder, be dated , and   must include the Controlling Person’s: name; residence address; jurisdiction(s)   of residence for tax purposes; TIN(s) and date of   birth.

Haydon Perryman, CGMA | February 12, 2016 at 12:52 am | Tags: $CRS Guidance , Actual Knowledge , AML/KYC Procedure , CDD , Change in Circumstance , Conflicting Information , Controlling Person , Dated (Self Certification) , DoB , Documentary Evidence , Entity Account , FIg 18 , GATCA Teaching Notes , Jurisdiction of Residence , Name , Natural Person , New Account , New Entity Account , New Individual Account , Passive NFE , Publicly available information , Reason to Know , Reasonable Explanation , Reasonableness Test , Reportable Account , Reportable Jurisdiction , Reportable Person , Residence Address , self certification , Self Certification (Minimum Requirements) , Self Certification (Unreliable) , Signed , Tax Identification Numbers (TINs) , TIN , Validation , Validity of Documentation

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Haydon Perryman, CGMA posted: "Haydon Perryman, CGMA posted: "

Is the self-certification valid?

The   self-certification   can   be   provided   in   any   form   but   in   order   for   it to be valid the Standard sets out that it must be signed (or otherwise   positively affirmed,"

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[New post] Validation

by Haydon Perryman, CGMA

Haydon Perryman, CGMA posted: "

Is the self-certification valid?

The   self-certification   can   be   provided   in   any   form   but   in   order   for   it to be valid the Standard sets out that it must be signed (or otherwise   positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of a"

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Validation

by Haydon Perryman, CGMA

Is the self-certification valid?

The   self-certification   can   be   provided   in   any   form   but   in   order   for   it to be valid the Standard sets out that it must be signed (or otherwise   positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of active input or confirmation) by   the Account   Holder,   be   dated ,   and   must   include   the   Account   Holder’s:   name;  residence address; jurisdiction(s) of residence for tax purposes; TIN(s) and   date of   birth.

Com p.   128

144.

A Reporting Financial Institution is considered to have confirmed   the reasonableness   of   a   self-certification   if   it   does   not   know   or   have   reason   to know that the self-certification is incorrect or unreliable . Where a   self-certification fails the reasonableness test the Reporting Financial Institution   is expected   to   either   obtain   a   valid   self-certification   or   a   reasonable   explanation and documentation as appropriate supporting the reasonableness of the   self-certification.

Due diligence procedure for New Entity Accounts.

Map

The optional provision in relation to the definition of   Preexisting Account as set out in the context of New Individual Accounts in   this Handbook also applies to Entity Accounts. So where provided for,   some accounts   that   would   otherwise   need   to   be   treated   as   New   Accounts   can   be instead treated as Preexisting   Accounts.

Com p.   181

Due diligence procedure for New Entity   Accounts

Is the Self-certification valid?

Map

For the self-certification to be valid the Standard sets out that it   must be signed (or otherwise positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of   active input or confirmation) by a person authorised to sign on behalf of the Entity,   be dated , and must include the Account Holder’s: name; address;   jurisdiction(s) of residence for tax purposes and   TIN(s).

Com p.   145

Review procedure for Controlling Persons.

Map

Notwithstanding whether the account has been found to be   a Reportable Account following the first part of the test, the Financial   Institution must   carry   out   the   procedure   in   relation   to   Controlling   Persons   to   identify whether additional information must also be reported or whether an   account now becomes a Reportable Account. The procedure is outlined in Figure   18 with each step described   below.

CRS p.   41

Com p.   147

Figure 18: Due diligence procedure in respect of Controlling Persons for   New Entity   Accounts

177.

Map

The self-certification can be provided in any form but in order for   it to be valid the Standard sets out that it must be signed (or otherwise   positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of active input or confirmation) by   the Controlling Person(s) or the Entity Account Holder, be dated , and   must include the Controlling Person’s: name; residence address; jurisdiction(s)   of residence for tax purposes; TIN(s) and date of   birth.

  1. Is the self-certification valid?

The   self-certification   can   be   provided   in   any   form   but   in   order   for   it to be valid the Standard sets out that it must be signed (or otherwise   positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of active input or confirmation) by   the Account   Holder,   be   dated ,   and   must   include   the   Account   Holder’s:   name;  residence address; jurisdiction(s) of residence for tax purposes; TIN(s) and   date of   birth.

Com p.   128

144.

A Reporting Financial Institution is considered to have confirmed   the reasonableness   of   a   self-certification   if   it   does   not   know   or   have   reason   to know that the self-certification is incorrect or unreliable . Where a   self-certification fails the reasonableness test the Reporting Financial Institution   is expected   to   either   obtain   a   valid   self-certification   or   a   reasonable   explanation and documentation as appropriate supporting the reasonableness of the   self-certification.

  1. Due diligence procedure for New Entity Accounts.

Map

The optional provision in relation to the definition of   Preexisting Account as set out in the context of New Individual Accounts in   this Handbook also applies to Entity Accounts. So where provided for,   some accounts   that   would   otherwise   need   to   be   treated   as   New   Accounts   can   be instead treated as Preexisting   Accounts.

Com p.   181

Due diligence procedure for New Entity   Accounts

  1. Is the Self-certification valid?

Map

For the self-certification to be valid the Standard sets out that it   must be signed (or otherwise positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of   active input or confirmation) by a person authorised to sign on behalf of the Entity,   be dated , and must include the Account Holder’s: name; address;   jurisdiction(s) of residence for tax purposes and   TIN(s).

Com p.   145

  1. Review procedure for Controlling Persons.

Map

Notwithstanding whether the account has been found to be   a Reportable Account following the first part of the test, the Financial   Institution must   carry   out   the   procedure   in   relation   to   Controlling   Persons   to   identify whether additional information must also be reported or whether an   account now becomes a Reportable Account. The procedure is outlined in Figure   18 with each step described   below.

CRS p.   41

Com p.   147

Figure 18: Due diligence procedure in respect of Controlling Persons for   New Entity   Accounts

177.

Map

The self-certification can be provided in any form but in order for   it to be valid the Standard sets out that it must be signed (or otherwise   positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of active input or confirmation) by   the Controlling Person(s) or the Entity Account Holder, be dated , and   must include the Controlling Person’s: name; residence address; jurisdiction(s)   of residence for tax purposes; TIN(s) and date of   birth.

Haydon Perryman, CGMA | February 12, 2016 at 12:52 am | Tags: $CRS Guidance , Actual Knowledge , AML/KYC Procedure , CDD , Change in Circumstance , Conflicting Information , Controlling Person , Dated (Self Certification) , DoB , Documentary Evidence , Entity Account , FIg 18 , GATCA Teaching Notes , Jurisdiction of Residence , Name , Natural Person , New Account , New Entity Account , New Individual Account , Passive NFE , Publicly available information , Reason to Know , Reasonable Explanation , Reasonableness Test , Reportable Account , Reportable Jurisdiction , Reportable Person , Residence Address , self certification , Self Certification (Minimum Requirements) , Self Certification (Unreliable) , Signed , Tax Identification Numbers (TINs) , TIN , Validation , Validity of Documentation

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Haydon Perryman, CGMA posted: "
Is the self-certification valid?

The   self-certification   can   be   provided   in   any   form   but   in   order   for   it to be valid the Standard sets out that it must be signed (or otherwise   positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of a"

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Validation

by Haydon Perryman, CGMA

  1. Is the self-certification valid?

The   self-certification   can   be   provided   in   any   form   but   in   order   for   it to be valid the Standard sets out that it must be signed (or otherwise   positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of active input or confirmation) by   the Account   Holder,   be   dated ,   and   must   include   the   Account   Holder’s:   name;  residence address; jurisdiction(s) of residence for tax purposes; TIN(s) and   date of   birth.

Com p.   128

144.

A Reporting Financial Institution is considered to have confirmed   the reasonableness   of   a   self-certification   if   it   does   not   know   or   have   reason   to know that the self-certification is incorrect or unreliable . Where a   self-certification fails the reasonableness test the Reporting Financial Institution   is expected   to   either   obtain   a   valid   self-certification   or   a   reasonable   explanation and documentation as appropriate supporting the reasonableness of the   self-certification.

  1. Due diligence procedure for New Entity Accounts.

Map

The optional provision in relation to the definition of   Preexisting Account as set out in the context of New Individual Accounts in   this Handbook also applies to Entity Accounts. So where provided for,   some accounts   that   would   otherwise   need   to   be   treated   as   New   Accounts   can   be instead treated as Preexisting   Accounts.

Com p.   181

Due diligence procedure for New Entity   Accounts

  1. Is the Self-certification valid?

Map

For the self-certification to be valid the Standard sets out that it   must be signed (or otherwise positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of   active input or confirmation) by a person authorised to sign on behalf of the Entity,   be dated , and must include the Account Holder’s: name; address;   jurisdiction(s) of residence for tax purposes and   TIN(s).

Com p.   145

  1. Review procedure for Controlling Persons.

Map

Notwithstanding whether the account has been found to be   a Reportable Account following the first part of the test, the Financial   Institution must   carry   out   the   procedure   in   relation   to   Controlling   Persons   to   identify whether additional information must also be reported or whether an   account now becomes a Reportable Account. The procedure is outlined in Figure   18 with each step described   below.

CRS p.   41

Com p.   147

Figure 18: Due diligence procedure in respect of Controlling Persons for   New Entity   Accounts

177.

Map

The self-certification can be provided in any form but in order for   it to be valid the Standard sets out that it must be signed (or otherwise   positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of active input or confirmation) by   the Controlling Person(s) or the Entity Account Holder, be dated , and   must include the Controlling Person’s: name; residence address; jurisdiction(s)   of residence for tax purposes; TIN(s) and date of   birth.

142. Is the self-certification valid?

The self-certification can be provided in any form but in order for it to be valid the Standard sets out that it must be signed (or otherwise positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of active input or confirmation) by the Account Holder, be dated, and must include the Account Holder’s: name; residence address; jurisdiction(s) of residence for tax purposes; TIN(s) and date of birth.
Com p. 128

144.

A Reporting Financial Institution is considered to have confirmed the reasonableness of a self-certification if it does not know or have reason to know that the self-certification is incorrect or unreliable. Where a self-certification fails the reasonableness test the Reporting Financial Institution is expected to either obtain a valid self-certification or a reasonable explanation and documentation as appropriate supporting the reasonableness of the self-certification.

165. Due diligence procedure for New Entity Accounts.

Map

The optional provision in relation to the definition of Preexisting Account as set out in the context of New Individual Accounts in this Handbook also applies to Entity Accounts. So where provided for, some accounts that would otherwise need to be treated as New Accounts can be instead treated as Preexisting Accounts.
Com p. 181

Due diligence procedure for New Entity Accounts

169. Is the Self-certification valid?

Map

For the self-certification to be valid the Standard sets out that it must be signed (or otherwise positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of active input or confirmation) by a person authorised to sign on behalf of the Entity, be dated, and must include the Account Holder’s: name; address; jurisdiction(s) of residence for tax purposes and TIN(s).

Com p. 145

171. Review procedure for Controlling Persons.

Map

Notwithstanding whether the account has been found to be a Reportable Account following the first part of the test, the Financial Institution must carry out the procedure in relation to Controlling Persons to identify whether additional information must also be reported or whether an account now becomes a Reportable Account. The procedure is outlined in Figure 18 with each step described below.
CRS p. 41
Com p. 147

Figure 18: Due diligence procedure in respect of Controlling Persons for New Entity Accounts

177.

Map

The self-certification can be provided in any form but in order for it to be valid the Standard sets out that it must be signed (or otherwise positively affirmed, i.e. involving some level of active input or confirmation) by the Controlling Person(s) or the Entity Account Holder, be dated, and must include the Controlling Person’s: name; residence address; jurisdiction(s) of residence for tax purposes; TIN(s) and date of birth.
Haydon Perryman, CGMA | February 12, 2016 at 12:52 am | Tags: $CRS Guidance, Actual Knowledge, AML/KYC Procedure, CDD, Change in Circumstance, Conflicting Information, Controlling Person, Dated (Self Certification), DoB, Documentary Evidence, Entity Account, FIg 18, GATCA Teaching Notes, Jurisdiction of Residence, Name, Natural Person, New Account, New Entity Account, New Individual Account, Passive NFE, Publicly available information, Reason to Know, Reasonable Explanation, Reasonableness Test, Reportable Account, Reportable Jurisdiction, Reportable Person, Residence Address, self certification, Self Certification (Minimum Requirements), Self Certification (Unreliable), Signed, Tax Identification Numbers (TINs), TIN, Validation, Validity of Documentation
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