Common Reporting Standard information
The Common Reporting Standard (CRS) affects both individuals and businesses, from the smallest account holder to the largest corporation.
Therefore, as well as requiring our customers to provide CRS related information to us, HSBC should also provide its tax residency information to those financial institutions (referred to as “counterparties”) that count us as their customer, when those financial institutions are required to carry out their CRS due-diligence obligations.
To simplify the process and ensure that counterparties can access this information quickly, we have provided the relevant details here.
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- CRS Self-Certification for use by Individuals (CRS-I): Download PDF: Link opens in a new window
- CRS Self-Certification for use by Entities (CRS-E) : Download PDF: Link opens in a new window
- CRS Self-Certification for use by Controlling Persons (CRS-CP): Download PDF: Link opens in a new window
- Frequently asked questions
- Glossary of useful CRS terms
- HSBC counterparties – CRS information