New reporting requirements set to come into effect next year could have wide-ranging implications for global structured finance transactions, said Fitch Ratings in a report today.

Beginning in January, foreign financial institutions will be required to provide more information to the IRS about their U.S. customers so the government can collect taxes, under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act of 2010, known as FATCA.

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