Danish tax rules ease for foreign investors

Danish tax laws are changing both for Danish asset owners as well as for foreign investors wanting to invest in Danish mutual funds.

Photo: Jens Dresling/Ritzau

The Danish parliament has voted to change tax laws in two areas relevant to asset managers and asset owners.

Taxation of investors into Danish investment funds is going down. The rate of tax on dividends paid out is falling to 15 percent from the current 27 percent rate, making it more attractive for foreign investors to put their money into Danish products -- from the tax point of view, at least.

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