VAT and CRS to add to costs and regulatory burden of banks

… 2017”, KPMG partners argue that both VAT and CRS are likely to have a significant impact on every bank operating in the UAE. “VAT is likely to be an irrecoverable cost, negatively affecting margins for the banking sector. It is therefore …
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