BearingPoint developed the FiTAX FATCA module to cover all the reporting needs for the FATCA regulation, including the plain final regulations, IGA1 and IGA2 (Inter-Governmental Agreement models). We cover more than 80 countries.
We have continuously enhanced FiTAX solution over the past years since it was first implemented in 2001. We continue to keep our highly advanced reporting software up-to-date to all the reporting requirements imposed by the IRS, in dedicated formats such as IGA 1 and IGA 2 required by local tax authorities). We are specialized in tax reporting and offer a range of products and services focusing on tax regulations. Our FITAX solution has been continuously enhanced over the years.
FiTAX FATCA (since 2014): IRS reporting for FFIs. Chapter 4.
FiTAX-FATCA helps the financial institutions to produce the reporting required by FATCA. The software scope covers the FATCA final regulations and the intergovernmental agreements (IGA) models 1 & 2 for specific countries, in more than 80 countries.
FiTAX FATCA helps you to cover both the generic and the different specific FATCA reporting requirements in accordance with the international treaties signed with the United States. Despite of different functionalities imposed by jurisdictions, FiTAX platform remains the same for all jurisdictions.
Standardized software solutions since 2001
FiTAX is a standard tax-reporting solution built by BearingPoint and evolving since 2001. It covers the QI, EUSD, US FATCA, UK FATCA and CRS/AEOI reporting requirements.
Extensive experience in reporting regulations
One of the main challenges faced by financial institutions is to stay up to date with the ever-changing reporting requirements imposed by the tax authorities, which frequently request evolutions in electronic files and reports. Monitoring and implementing changes both punctually and reliably are becoming significant issues for financial institutions. FiTAX is handling the whole process and is regularly updated to comply with these evolutions in the interest of our clients.
This approach has proven to be a cost-effective solution by lightening the burden of reporting for financial institutions, thus allowing them to focus on their core activities.
Close collaboration with a Big 4 firm
Since 2001, BearingPoint has been working closely with a Big 4 firm. It provides assistance with all reporting topics and advice on how to interpret tax laws in order to implement the necessary reports/features.
This initiative is part of how BearingPoint strives to provide real value-adding, high-quality reporting software.
FiTAX FATCA Module covers the FATCA reporting:
One of the key differentiators of FiTAX FATCA is our commitment to provide the reportings required by the IRS within final regulations for FATCA but also largely cover the reporting required under the two types of Inter-Governmental Agreements (IGA) – model 1 and model 2.
Thanks to our strong experience in dealing with the IRS and tax authorities of many countries, we will include future changes in reporting requirements for potential new countries under IGAs.
Scalability for global deployment
FiTAX is scalable to serve global financial institutions as well as local entities. An increasing number of financial institutions are applying a hub-based implementation of FiTAX. It means that most entities report centrally, while others do so locally in each entity. FiTAX supports both approaches.
All FiTAX modules share the same user interface named Helios and offer advanced key features:
Each FiTAX module provides many powerful features, such as:
Thanks to its strong scalability, FiTAX can be implemented at small/medium financial institutions, as well as in large financial groups. The key elements about the implementation:
We provide expert consulting services on fiscal reporting. Financial institutions can benefit from:
We provide consulting services independently of technology suppliers and products. In order to support our clients with the best technology solutions in the marketplace, we have built an alliance program that allows us to work with some of the leading technology companies