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Restricted Stock Units (RSUs): What is going to change with “Macron” Bill?

The so-called ‘Macron law’ enacted on 6 August 2015 significantly changes the rules governing Restricted Stock Units (RSUs). Major changes are designed to make RSUs more attractive for employees. This is in contrast to...more

Tax measures included in the French Modified Finance Bill for 2014

The Modified Finance Bill for 2014 (the Bill) was presented to the French Parliament on June 11 2014 and will be reviewed by the Finance Committee of the lower Chamber of French Parliament (Assemblee Nationale) on June 18....more

6/18/2014  /  Corporate Taxes , France , Income Taxes

Draft comments by the French Tax Administration on the new anti-hybrid financing provisions

On April 15 2014, the French Tax Administration released its draft guidelines commenting on the new anti-hybrid financing rules enacted in Section 22 of the French Finance law for 2014 dated December 29 2013...more

5/14/2014  /  EU , Financing , Income Taxes

New changes in real estate taxation

The French Amended Finance Act for 2013 and the Finance Act for 2014, both dated 29 December 2013, have been adopted and entered into force on 31 December 2013. Some of their provisions bring again new changes on real estate...more

Global Perspectives - Fall 2012

In this issue: - Important Changes to Employee Share Plans in UK - Significant Changes to Stock Options and RSUs (free shares) in France - Year-End Global Stock Plan Reporting Requirements -...more

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