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Marion G. Wrobel

Vice President, Policy and Operations

Canadian Bankers Association

HQ Phone:  (416) 362-6092

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Canadian Bankers Association

Box 348 Commerce Court West 199 Bay Street, 30 Th Floor

Toronto, Ontario,M5L 1G2

Canada

Company Description

The Canadian Bankers Association works on behalf of 56 domestic banks, foreign bank subsidiaries and foreign bank branches operating in Canada and their 275,000 employees. The CBA advocates for effective public policies that contribute to a sound, successful b...more

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www.cba.ca

"SMEs have a lot of choice and competition when it comes to their banking needs so banks have to work hard on behalf of their SME clients," said Marion Wrobel, Vice President, Policy and Operations at the Canadian Bankers Association.


www.repealfatca.com

"We have to comply with FATCA," said Marion Wrobel, vice-president of policy and operations at the Canadian Bankers Association.


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The CBA's Marion Wrobel is interviewed about the Foreign Accounts Tax Compliance Act, U.S. legislation that is designed to identify tax evaders but could impact U.S persons living outside of the United States.
In this news story, Marion Wrobel, the CBA's vice-president of policy and operations, discusses the CBA's release of a business lending report. July 2013 National Post: Business credit from banks climbs 10% Marion Wrobel, the CBA's vice-president of policy and operations is interviewed regarding the CBA's release of a business lending report. In this interview, Marion Wrobel, VP of Policy and Operations for the CBA, explains why bank fees are in place and the value Canadians get in return.


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When announcing the law, U.S. President Barack Obama said,'if financial institutions won't cooperate with us, we will assume they are sheltering money in tax-havens and act accordingly'. 'The threat is a withholding tax of 30 per cent levied on every transaction a non-compliant bank has coming from, or even passing through, the U.S. Bottom line is: there is absolutely no way that a large, modern financial institution like a Canadian bank or a large credit union could escape FATCA,' says Marion Wrobel, vice-president of policy and operations at the Canadian Bankers Association (CBA)."
"Wrobel says his organization has been fighting FATCA since it was announced, calling it the 'extra-territorial' application of American law."


www.benefitscanada.com

Marion Wrobel, vice-president, economic intelligence and emerging issues with the Canadian Bankers Association, also emphasized the importance of PRPPs for small- and medium-sized businesses (SMEs).
Read:Federally registered PRPPs now available He said pension plans can be costly, complex and contain risks some employers aren't prepared to take. "Group RRSPs go part way to addressing these challenges but PRPPs take it one step further," Wrobel said. He added that banks are well-placed to deliver PRPPs to Canadians because of their relationships with more than one million SMEs. "This broad reach ensures that the target market for PRPPs is developed quickly and cost-effectively," explained Wrobel.


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