The OECD today reports that a further 350 bilateral automatic exchange relationships have been established between over 50 jurisdictions committed to exchanging information automatically, pursuant to the OECD [Common Reporting Standard]( (CRS), starting in 2017.

Two more rounds of activations are scheduled to take place in March and June 2017, which will allow the remaining 2017 and 2018 jurisdictions to nominate the partners with which they will undertake automatic exchanges in the coming months. The next update on the latest bilateral exchange relationships will be published before the end of March 2017, with updates to follow on a periodic basis.

[OECD Release](

[Full List of Automatic Exchange Relationships](