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News 27th of April 2022 By Hannelore Durieu and Febe Louage

Investments in France? Learn about the impact of the new double taxation convention between Belgium and France!

Investments in France? Learn about the impact of the new double taxation convention  between Belgium and France!

Impact on French interest payments

Impact on French dividends

Belgian natural persons

Companies in Belgium

Impact for capital gains on shares

  • +The person or entity was domiciled in the country of origin for at least six years during the ten-year period prior to the relocation;
  • +The person or entity held a share of at least 25% in the company at all times during the five years prior to the relocation;
  • +The person or entity already held their share at the time of the relocation;
  • +The sale takes place within seven years following the relocation.
It is clear that the new double taxation convention introduces some important changes for Belgians with investments in France. If you have any questions about this issue, please do get in touch with our experts.
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Hannelore Durieu
Hannelore Durieu
Febe Louage
Febe Louage