Tax Services from A-Z
As an international custodian the Swiss Stock Exchange offers participants access to over 50 markets and the associated regulatory tax services.
In the US market we have signed the QI & FATCA agreements and thus support our clients as a Qualified Intermediary (QI).
Various countries levy taxes based on financial transactions. In the case this is mandatory due to regulatory requirements, the corresponding tax deduction and payment is automatically done. This applies for capital gain tax (CGT) and withholding tax (WHT) of the respective countries. In the other cases, we offer a service to assist participants with the payment of taxes. This applies for United Kingdom and Hong Kong Stamp Duty Reserve Tax (UK and HK SDRT) as well as for French and Italian Financial Transaction Tax (FFTT and ITFTT).
How You Will Benefit
Our employees have excellent experience in their fields of activity and support clients with their expertise. It is important to us that the experts can be contacted in case of questions (expert to expert).
We have a network in more than 50 countries and our presence gives us access to country-specific expertise.
This enables us to clarify specific regulatory questions or requests.
As a reliable partner, we offer outstanding stability. This applies to system availability on the one hand and the availability of verified information on the other.
With SIX You Solve Your Tax Issues in No Time
Due to our many years of experience and flexibility, we support our clients in all questions concerning regulatory tax issues. We are pleased to offer our clients tailor-made solutions. Our clients' needs are important to us and we therefore take the time to understand their requests and develop products that make it easier for our clients to conduct their business correctly and as cost-effectively as possible. Our focus is straight through processing (STP) without media disruption. In order to achieve this, we offer numerous custody account options for securities custody, which allow the application of the most advantageous tax rate on income payments for the final beneficiaries.