Deutsche Bank automates post-trade tax processes in Indonesia
By Leandra Monteiro
Deutsche Bank Corporate Bank announced the roll-out of an automated workflow platform for the administration of capital gains withholding tax during the post-trade settlement process in Indonesia, using the Xceptor Tax Solution.
This enhancement will help to reduce manual processes and decrease the time to calculate withholding tax amounts down to seconds. Deutsche Bank will also utilize APIs to send real-time settlement details to the Xceptor Tax Solution. In addition, the solution will electronically manage the documentation process.
In February 2020, Deutsche Bank’s Corporate Bank announced its partnership with Xceptor to automate the bank’s core processes in Indonesia, as part of its broader optimization and digitization strategy.
The Xceptor Tax Solution delivers end-to-end processing capabilities in the world of Operational Withholding Tax. The solution comprises of five major components covering the main back-office processes in a custody tax operation.
Anand Rengarajan, Managing Director, Global Head of Sales and Head of Asia Pacific – Securities Services at Deutsche Bank said, “Our continued efforts to execute on the bank’s global optimization and digital strategy within our Securities Services business are of critical importance. Product enhancements such as the automation of tax processes, which we will look to replicate in other markets, directly benefit our foreign institutional clients such as global custodians, sovereign wealth funds and asset managers by providing faster turnaround times and improved accuracy.”
Andrew Kouloumbrides, CEO of Xceptor said, “We are delighted to partner with Deutsche Bank to simplify post-trade settlement processes. The flexibility of the Xceptor Tax Solution to handle capital gains tax calculations and other financial transaction taxes means our customer can automate these complex manual processes and improve the speed, accuracy and service to their customers.”
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