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International Monetary Fund
The Isle of Man (IOM) is recognized for the expertise developed in a range of international financial products. The paper also presents a Detailed Assessment of Observance of Antimoney laundering/Combating Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) report on the IOM. The IOM authorities are placing increasing emphasis on international cooperation, including working closely with the relevant Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development initiative and entering into tax information exchange agreements.
International Monetary Fund

The Isle of Man (IOM) is recognized for the expertise developed in a range of international financial products. The paper also presents a Detailed Assessment of Observance of Antimoney laundering/Combating Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) report on the IOM. The IOM authorities are placing increasing emphasis on international cooperation, including working closely with the relevant Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development initiative and entering into tax information exchange agreements.

Mr. John D Brondolo
The global financial and economic crisis presents major challenges for tax agencies. With the economic downturn, tax agencies are encountering emerging compliance problems and greater demands for taxpayer support in the face of prospective budget cuts. To help address these challenges, this paper encourages tax agencies to develop a tax compliance strategy for the crisis by (1) expanding assistance to taxpayers, (2) refocusing enforcement on emerging compliance risks, (3) enacting legislative reforms that facilitate tax administration, and (4) improving communication programs. In each of these areas, the paper identifies specific measures to underpin the strategy, drawing on practices from leading tax agencies and experiences from IMF technical assistance. The paper also highlights emerging tax compliance issues in the financial sector.

for the element C.2 (amongst ten other elements) relating to Exchange-of-information mechanisms with all relevant partners, was deemed Partially Compliant, as it was seen that Seychelles was not encouraging tax information exchange agreements. To this effect and upon acquiring Cabinet approval (Cabinet Minutes Ref No. C13/M21), on 30 th October 2013, the Government of Seychelles on 22nd November 2013, in Jakarta, signed a letter of intent expressing Seychelles’ commitment to become party to the OECD Multilateral Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance