Collective Investment Vehicles

Mutual funds give investors an opportunity to participate in diversified investment holdings and access to professional managent on the face of a relatively small investment.

The Italian tax treatment of domestic mutual funds is designed to provide portfolio investors with the same tax treatment they would receive if they owned directly the same investments that

On 31 May 2010 the OECD Committee on Fiscal Affairs released a Report on “The Granting of Treaty Benefits with respect to the Income of Collective Investment Vehicles”. The Report contains  proposed changes to the Commentary on the OECD Model Tax Convention dealing with the question of the extent to which either collective investment vehicles (CIVs) or their investors are entitled to treaty benefits on income received by the CIVs. These changes are expected to be included in the 2010 Update to the Model Tax Convention (the draft contents of which were released on 21 May 2010) and the Report would then be included in volume II of the loose-leaf and electronic versions of the Model.
 

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