Non-Reporting Financial Institution


The term “Non-Reporting Financial Institution” means any Financial Institution that is:

a) a Governmental Entity, International Organisation or Central Bank, other than with respect to a payment that is derived from an obligation held in connection with a commercial financial activity of a type engaged in by a Specified Insurance Company, Custodial Institution, or Depository Institution;

b) a Broad Participation Retirement Fund; a Narrow Participation Retirement Fund; a Pension Fund of a Governmental Entity, International Organisation or Central Bank; or a Qualified Credit Card Issuer;

c) any other Entity that presents a low risk of being used to evade tax, has substantially similar characteristics to any of the Entities described in subparagraphs B(l)(a) and (b), and is defined in domestic law as a Non-Reporting Financial Institution, provided that the status of such Entity as a Non-Reporting Financial Institution does not frustrate the purposes of the Common Reporting Standard;

d) an Exempt Collective Investment Vehicle; or

e) a trust to the extent that the trustee of the trust is a Reporting Financial Institution and reports all information required to be reported pursuant to Section I with respect to all Reportable Accounts of the trust.


The term “Non-Reporting United Kingdom Financial Institution” means any United Kingdom Financial Institution, or other entity resident in the United Kingdom that is identified in Annex II as a Non-Reporting United Kingdom Financial Institution or that otherwise qualifies as a deemed-compliant FFI, an exempt beneficial owner, or an excepted FFI under relevant U.S. Treasury Regulations. [UK IGA]


An entity that is established in a jurisdiction that has in effect a Model 1 or 2 IGA and that is treated as a nonreporting Fl in Annex II of the applicable Model 1 or 2 IGA or that is otherwise treated as a deemed-compliant FFI or an exempt beneficial owner under Treas. Reg. §1.1471-5 or §1.1471-6.

UK Guidance: FATCA02.05

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