Tax: A given opportunity
Various factors suggest that the current global economic situation could lead to a proliferation of distressed debt transactions in the near future in Spain. These factors include the growth of the Spanish macroeconomic indices during the last decade, low interest rates - which have led to the over-leveraging of the Spanish corporate market players in recent years - and the economic recession that Spain is currently undergoing. Good high-yield investment opportunities may be available in the Spanish market for UK investors with high cash liquidity. An in-depth analysis of the legal and tax implications involved in these types of transactions is essential for an efficient structuring of such potential investments. There are, however, a number of key tax issues to be considered in these transactions.
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