Bär & Karrer advises Bank of China International on Ernest Borel IPO
Bär & Karrer has advised Bank of China International, global co-ordinator, on Swiss law in the initial public offering (IPO) of Ernest Borel Holdings, a Swiss watch maker.
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Swiss resident individuals selling shares in a corporation that are privately held will, instead of a tax-free capital gain, realise income from capital that is partially or fully taxed.
Distributions from a Swiss resident company are subject to a 35 per cent Swiss Withholding Tax (WHT).