Hong Kong seeks to waive stamp duty on primary market Exchange Traded Funds ("ETF") activities
Updated: May 19, 2020
The reform seeks to waive the stamp duty on #ETF transactions executed by ETF market makers “in the course of allotting and redeeming ETF units listed in Hong Kong”.
The regulations are tabled for a negative vetting on May 20, 2020.
The changes will come into effect on 01 August 2020.
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Marco is focused on advisory services and project management in the field of
AEoI, FATCA, EU-DAC6, OECD-CRS;
U.S Qualified intermediary regime (QI);
Withholding Tax on Capital gains and Investment Income
Securities transaction tax (stamp duties); and
Austrian, German, Hong Kong, Swiss and U.S. International Tax Law