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What does EUSD stand for?

EUSD stands for European Union Savings Directive (EU)


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The Cayman Islands' maintains 12 bilateral tax information arrangements with the following countries: Denmark, Faroe Islands, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom, United States - In addition to arrangements under the OECD initiative, the Cayman Islands has bilateral tax treaties with the 27 EU member states under which it reports savings income information, pursuant to measures equivalent to the European Union Savings Directive.
The Cayman Islands' maintains 12 bilateral tax information arrangements with the following countries: Denmark, Faroe Islands, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom, United States - In addition to arrangements under the OECD initiative, the Cayman Islands has bilateral tax treaties with the 27 EU member states under which it reports savings income information, pursuant to measures equivalent to the European Union Savings Directive.
The Cayman Government is confident that the jurisdiction is well placed to ensure the smooth operation of the TIEAs due to the fact that Cayman already has a fully staffed and fully-operational Tax Information Authority that was established shortly after Cayman entered into its first TIEA with the US in 2001 (which was the first TIEA entered into by any offshore jurisdiction) and has an excellent track record of co-operation with the US and also with the 27 EU States pursuant to its tax reporting obligations under the European Union Savings Directive.
In addition to arrangements under the OECD initiative, the Cayman Islands has had agreements in effect since 2005 with the 27 EU member states under which it reports savings income information pursuant to measures equivalent to the European Union Savings Directive.
In addition to arrangements under the OECD initiative, the Cayman Islands has had agreements in effect since 2005 with the 27 EU member states under which it reports savings income information pursuant to measures equivalent to the European Union Savings Directive.