At a meeting in Brussels the Government of Panama and the Kingdom of Belgium agreed to launch negotiations on an instrument to facilitate the exchange of tax information between the two countries.
At the meeting with Minister of Federal Public Service Finance of Belgium, Johan Van Overtveldt, Deputy Minister of Finance, Eyda Varela Chinchilla said that Panama is committed to transparency in fiscal and financial matters, with concrete actions with the signing of 30 tax exchange agreements and start negotiations with countries like Germany, Japan and Singapore, in response to the high standards of the OECD.
“Panama has also made significant advances in the prevention and suppression of money laundering and terrorist financing, strengthening supervision of the financial system, and including for the first time to non-financial sectors’, said the official at the Belgian authority.
Others Varela de Chinchilla, attended the meeting the Deputy Foreign Minister, Luis Miguel Hincapie, Ambassador of Panama in Belgium Dario Chirú, Ambassador Analuisa Bustamante, Director of International Affairs and Projects of the Superintendency of Banks, Kathy Guard and Laura Barrios, Technical Secretary of CANDSIF.
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