EU Tells Regulators To Stamp Out Tax Fraud On Dividends

Law360, London (May 12, 2020, 1:34 PM BST) -- Europe's banking watchdog urged national watchdogs on Tuesday to install measures over the next year to help stamp out tax fraud linked to dividend transfers, after a string of arbitrage schemes showed how traders exploit regulatory gaps in the bloc.

Europe's banking watchdog has set out a plan for regulators and banks to follow as it clamps down on dividend arbitrage trading schemes. (AP) The European Banking Authority set out a plan that it expects regulators to implement and banks to follow by 2021 as it seeks to clamp down on dividend arbitrage trading schemes, such as so-called cum-ex transactions....

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