Tax relief provisions vary from country to country. The information below outlines the jurisdictional tax and market practices of France, Germany, and Switzerland for exemplary purposes with the following typical market structures:
These market structures support the multi-tiered intermediated financial processes for settling and clearing trades, disbursing income globally, etc. The actual beneficial owners (global investors) are not known in the intermediated tiers at a high level. Identities of the beneficial owners lay with the respective financial intermediaries. Therefore, paying agents withhold the full statutory tax rates on dividend and interest income on behalf of the foreign government tax authorities.
The below use base models illustrate how these structures might impact beneficial owners in France, Germany, and Switzerland:
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France Use Base Model
The statutory withholding rate for French sourced dividend income is 30%.
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Germany Use Base Model
The statutory withholding rate for German sourced dividend income is 26.375%.
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Switzerland Use Base Model
The statutory withholding rate for Swiss sourced dividend income is 35%.