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  1. What is FATCA?

    FATCA stands for Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act and is a U.S. regulation on disclosure of information about foreign accounts for tax purposes, issued by the Congress of the United States on March 28th 2010. Its goal is to oblige foreign financial institutions to transfer to the United States of America data on account balances and holders that are U.S. taxpayers (the definition in point 3 below) and to prevent U.S. taxpayers from using foreign financial institutions for the purpose of hiding income or creation of structures of aggressive tax planning.

  2. What happens to the information obtained by PKO Bank Polski S.A. in the course of the procedures of identification and verification of Clients for FATCA purposes?

    If the information that a Client is a Specified U.S. Person (American taxpayer) or Passive Non-Financial Foreign Entity controlled by a taxpayer of the United States of America (the beneficial owner within the meaning of the regulations on anti-money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism) is received, PKO Bank Polski S.A. will be required to inform the minister responsible for public finance or another authorized body about the financial account maintained for the Client, in order to enable the above-mentioned authorities to transfer the data to the tax administration of the United States of America. The above-mentioned information will include in particular the Client`s data (name, address and TIN - American tax identification number, if available), the value or the balance of the account, as well as the amount of income or revenue of the Client disbursed by PKO Bank Polski S.A.