The ID Register (TIDR), an online Customer Due Diligence (CDD) platform, has signed a strategic alliance with one of Guernsey's biggest providers of professional services, KPMG Channel Islands Limited.
Tim Andrews, Director of The ID Register signed the joint-agreement with Jason Laity, Senior Partner and Tony Mancini, Tax Partner, KPMG.
Chris Merry, Chief Executive of Ipes said: “We are delighted to form this alliance with KPMG in the Channel Islands. It provides us the opportunity to jointly promote The ID Register to potential clients, whilst also opening up new markets for this market leading online platform.”
Mr Andrews added: “I am excited to build on our long standing working relationship with KPMG in the Channel Islands as we drive towards our goal of being the central utility for investors in private funds. KPMG in the Channel Islands bring assurance and technical expertise to the alliance. Together we provide a complete solution to the burden of fund subscription, FATCA/CRS and KYC for all market participants.”
Mr Laity said: “At KPMG, alliances are central to our goal to become the clear choice for our clients. By combining forces with leading services and technology providers, we are able to deliver comprehensive solutions that help our clients address their toughest business challenges.
"We see the alliance with The ID Register as fitting that requirement for our clients faced with increasing regulatory requirements and the demands of automatic reporting for tax purposes.”
Pictured above l-r: Jason Laity and Tim Andrews
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