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Corporate Tax Reform In Consultation Process
In late September 2014, the Swiss Federal Council started the formal consultation process regarding draft legislation on a comprehensive reform of corporate taxation.
Switzerland
18 Jun 2015
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Lump Sum Taxation In Switzerland: The Initiative To Abolish Lump Sum Taxation - Submission Of Signatures
The proposal has the title "An End to Tax Privileges for Millionaires" and the aim is to abolish lump sum taxation in Switzerland at federal and cantonal level.
Switzerland
2 Nov 2012
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Lump Sum Taxation In Switzerland: Recent Developments
Last weekend the people in the canton of Berne voted on whether to abolish the lump sum taxation.
Switzerland
1 Oct 2012
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Succession Planning And Tax Optimisation: What's New?
For sole proprietorships, succession is usually established by selling the company’s assets and liabilities (known as an "asset deal"). In terms of civil law this means that the seller's company is liquidated.
Switzerland
10 Jul 2012
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Swiss M&A Focus
Switzerland has a strong economy which remained resilient during the height of the global economic downturn – even when its European peer countries fared less well.
Switzerland
5 Apr 2012
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Takeover Board Becomes More Lenient Regarding Opting-Out Clause
The Securities and Stock Exchange Act provides for a mandatory offer obligation in the event that a shareholder or a group of shareholders acting in concert exceeds a threshold of 33.3% of the voting rights in a company listed on the stock exchange.
Switzerland
29 Feb 2012
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Doing Business In Switzerland
Three law professionals from meyerlustenberger, Switzerland, speak to Acquisition International about business in Switzerland, it’s taxation strategy and what attracts foreign investment to the country.
Switzerland
29 Feb 2012
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