The German Maple tax probe: what happened and lessons for the future (Premium)

On February 7th 2016, the German financial authority BaFin ordered German operations of Maple Financial frozen. According to publicly available reports, between 2006 and 2010, Maple is alleged to have committed a variety of tax-related violations related to dividend stripping trades that resulted in capital gains tax underpayments. We provide further information on what happened and three implications for securities finance going forward.

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