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Summary of Recent Annual Assemblies
Tax Exemption and Financial Statements
Tax Exemption Central Bank Research Association (This is a one-time letter – for confirmation see the link to the most recent (2019) „Spendenliste des Kantons Basel-Stadt“ listing tax exempt associations in the Canton of Basel City here).
- 2020 tax statements and financial audit report (Revisionsbericht)
- 2019 tax statements and financial audit report (Revisionsbericht)
- 2018 Financial Statement (Einnahmenueberschussrechnung)
- 2017 Financial statement (Einnahmenueberschussrechnung)
Under Swiss law, small associations only have to file taxes once every two years. CEBRA’s Finances are reviewed by two independent auditors: Mr. Aurelio Perucca and Mr. Fatim Abazi.
Tax statements are prepared by artax Fide Consult AG, Gartenstrasse 95, 4002 Basel, Switzerland. For reasons of confidentiality, only summary information is posted online. All institutions contributing to CEBRA’s annual meeting or sponsoring CEBRA financially have the right to more detailed information on income and expenditures (for the year(s) during which they contributed). The information is available for review at the artax office and must be treated as confidential. For requests contact the CEBRA office (office @ this domain org).
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Central Bank Research Association
University of Basel, Faculty of Business and Economics
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