The Capital Markets Tax Committee of Asia (CMTC) is a financial services industry body consisting of a number of institutions operating in Asia who are represented through their regional tax directors. CMTC’s membership comprises major commercial banks, investments banks, securities houses, insurance companies and asset managers with a presence in Asia. 

 

CMTC seeks to (i) provide a forum for discussion by members of topical taxation issues in Asia affecting capital markets and the financial services industry; (ii) keep members informed of up to date information on taxation matters affecting capital and securities markets and to exchange views on the technical analysis thereof; (iii) to represent the interests of its members through acting as the respected voice of investment banks, securities firms, asset managers, insurance companies, banks and other diversified financial services institutions; and (iv) to participate in liaison or advocacy activities on tax matters either directly or indirectly through representation with other groups or societies concerned with or by fiscal matters.