Today, the Swedish Association of Banks (Svenska Bankföreningen) holds a tax conference attended by key stakeholders in the Swedish debate on trends in international taxation of companies and the financial sector.
The context is the current wide ranging review taking place in Sweden as part of a Government initiative. Partner and director of Economics, Sigurd Næss-Schmidt, is participating to provide an international perspective based not the least on the considerable amount of projects, Copenhagen Economics has conducted for international clients such as the European Commission, the European Parliament, and the German ministry of Finance.
- Report for the European Commission: ‘Tax Elasticities of Financial Instruments, Profits and Remuneration’
- Discussion note: ‘FAT or FTT for Financial Sector. Why Not VAT Instead?’
- Discussion note: ‘VAT on Financial Services. Why, How and What Revenues?’
For further information please contact Partner Sigurd Næss-Schmidt