The Swedish capital profit tax is 30%. Double taxation, with both Swedish and another country's taxation rate does not occur. Lower tax rates may be achievable if using a capital insurance for non-listed securities, which is provided by for instance Kaptena (www.kaptena.se)
No. It needs to be a capital insurance specifically for non-listed companies. Kaptena is an example of a company providing this (www.kaptena.se).
No. As bammer never forms part of any agreement, bammer can never be associated with the risk in any offer. If bammer ceases to exist, all communication between investors and issuer is done between the two parties of the agreement (which, in most part, is the case anyway when an agreement is in place).
The company will likely try to postpone payments to investors. If the company's situation is beyond saving, the company will be put into liquidation. An initial payment problem will likely tried to be solved with a delayed payment. In most offers, a trustee has been appointed in advance to drive the liquidation process and to defend investors' interests in this situation. The trustee will in most cases have first legal charge on the assets of the company which will be ranked parallell to other potential entities with first legal charge. Most often, these are, if any, institutional investors. The company's assets are then divided, equal share for part of total debt, to investors with first legal charge.
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