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Tax Office gets legal telling off over information exchange blunder

Tax Office gets legal telling off over information exchange blunder

Wednesday 11 May 2022

Tax Office gets legal telling off over information exchange blunder

Wednesday 11 May 2022


The Tax Office has been given a legal rap on the knuckles over the way it handled a request for tax information from Sweden.

In June 2020, the Swedish tax authorities contacted Jersey’s Tax Office to ask for information about the tax affairs of a Swedish national called Peder Eric Prahl, who is the founder and CEO of investment firm Triton, which has an office on the Esplanade.

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