About CRS Training
Practical application of the CRS rules can be extremely challenging, both for the busy practitioner as well as new members of staff required to understand the rules for the first time. Misreporting a client may lead to serious consequences, including damage to client relationships, reputational risk, audit failure and possible regulatory action.
CRS Training is designed to improve and enhance the knowledge, skills and performance of practitioners responsible for discharging the CRS reporting function.
100% ONLINE LEARNING
Learn at your own pace.
No prior knowledge is required.
The courses help you learn and progess when you have limited time.
The course is available in English and Chinese, with further language versions to follow.
How it works
8 LEARNING MODULES | 50+ CASE STUDIES
Adopts a case study approach to explain practical application of the rules. Over 55 case studies are included, spread across 8 separate modules, including trusts, listed companies, investment entities, active NFEs and arrangements involving debt.
Effective training and development is about knowing and understanding your current level of competency and being able to track your progress over time. CRS Training contains a self assessment function where students may test their knowledge in relation to specific structure types, such as trusts, or their general knowledge of the entire course. Self Assessment results are instantly available, with areas of weakness highlighted and incorrect answers fully analyzed.
Full use of the workshop function in order to create and analyze structures that you may create, whether involving trusts, foundations, companies, mutual or hedge funds.
What People Say
— PAICOLEX TRUST
"Brilliant on all fronts, extremely well explained"
Zac Lucas is a practicing lawyer with over 25 years legal experience, admitted in England & Wales, and is a former Partner of various international law firms including, Harneys, Ogier, Lawrence Graham and Gowling WLG. Zac has particular expertise advising on international regulatory law and has lectured and written extensively on the OECD Common Reporting Standard (CRS) and the related Mandatory Disclosure Rules (MDRs).