JPMorgan Worldwide Securities Services has expanded its E-Tax product, an Internet-based, patent-pending, tax service providing institutional investors with global tax intelligence, rates and news. The latest version offers detailed tax profiles that are updated daily in more than 90 markets providing in-depth tax information including statutory exemptions, tax procedures and reclaim forms worldwide. The service is designed for global investors looking for breaking international tax news, updates on tax industry developments, trends, policies and treaties; reports on tax rates, exemptions, capital gains, and the latest tax forms necessary. JPMorgan E-Tax is designed for institutional investment professionals at investment banks, asset management firms, pension funds, banks and life insurance companies. The bank claims that E-Tax integrates market intelligence with client portfolios, and provides online tax relief services, electronic forms, security attributes, split claims and rate planning.
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