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Update: The US Qualified Intermediary (QI) regime

This QI (Qualified Intermediary) course is in the framework of the legal obligation to provide sufficient training as a QI to all employees who have anything to do with the deduction of the American withholding tax and the related client identification/reporting that goes along with it. Most financial institutions with QI status will be audited in relation to this in the course of 2018.

The objective of this training course is to provide a general overview of:


Niveau Advanced
Type opleiding Klassikaal

Totale prijs *
Leden: € 300
Niet-leden: € 330
Partner BZB: € 300
Incompany: op maat, prijzen op aanvraag

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* Prijs: prestatie in het kader van permanente beroepsopleiding, vrijgesteld van BTW


  • Compliance: 3 p/u

Geregelde bijscholing

Examen/Bijscholing 600.060

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The training course can be followed by various target groups:

Vereiste voorkennis

Advanced level: offers practice-based applications to complement the theoretical knowledge already acquired through the ‘basic level’ courses (in-depth learning).



Practical information

Duration: A half day

Time: 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. (3 hours of training per day)

Location: Febelfin Academy, Rue d’Arlon/Aarlenstraat 80, 1040 Brussels

Additional information: This course is taught in English!


Type of course: Classroom

During our training courses, we aim to be as close as possible to everyday work practices. In this connection, practical tips, handy diagrams and recognisable cases are key elements. At the same time, our trainers do not overload you with legal clauses, etc. and instead speak the language you use every day at work.

Training material: