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Public Investment Funds Laws and Regulations in the Netherlands

Public Investment Funds Laws and Regulations in the Netherlands

Public Investment Funds Laws and Regulations in the Netherlands

25.04.2019 NL law

Rogier Raas and Jeroen Smits have contributed the Dutch Chapter for the International Comparative Legal Guide to Public Investment Funds Laws and Regulations.

This guide covers common issues in public investment funds including registration, regulatory framework, marketing of public funds and tax treatment. The guide contains information on four different topics, alongside short and concise answers to other questions about public investment funds laws and regulations in the Netherlands

Guide Contents:

  1. Registration
  2. Regulatory Framework
  3. Marketing of Public Funds
  4. Tax Treatment

Read the full publication of Rogier Raas and Jeroen Smits on the website of the ICLG (International Comparative Legal Guides).

 

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