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What You Need To Know About The Mandatory Self-certification by Omooba77: 1:09pm On Sep 29, 2020
Completion of Self-certification forms by reportable persons

The Income Tax (Common Reporting Standard) Regulation, 2019 requires all Financial Institutions to collect and report certain information on financial accounts of individuals, entities and controlling persons with tax residency in any of the following 107 jurisdictions, subject to review by the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS):

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As part of this new requirement, all reportable customers that are tax resident in any of the above jurisdictions are required to complete a Self-certification form in any of these categories:

Self-certification form for Individual customers (CRS- I)
Self-certification form for Entities (CRS-E)
Self-certification form for Controlling Persons (CRS-CP) i.e. individuals having controlling interest of 25% or more in an entity
The Self- certification forms are available on our website www.firstbanknigeria.com or at any of our open branches nationwide.

We have put measures in place to ensure that the affected customers are contacted and that this requirement now forms part of the account opening procedure.

For further enquiries, please call FirstContact on 01-4485500, 0700FIRSTCONTACT (0700347782668228), 07080625000 or send an email to firstcontact@firstbanknigeria.com

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Keep your records with us up to date at any of our branches close to you.

Don't reveal your online banking password, token response, card number or ATM pin to anyone. We will never request for these secret details from you. Report suspicious calls to 07080625000, 014485500 or email abuse@firstbanknigeria.com

Contact us:

014485500 07080625000 firstcontact@firstbanknigeria.com

complaints@firstbanknigeria.com www.firstbanknigeria.com

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