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   September/October 2016  
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Issue No. 5 - 2016 of the Derivatives & Financial Instruments is now available online.

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Number 5 - 2016 contains the following:
ARTICLES
Mexico
The Mexican Financial Market and Tax Issues
Javier Diaz de Leon Galarza

 

Colombia
Tax Treatment of Financial Market Transactions
José M. Castro-Arango, Ruth Yamile Salcedo-Younes and Luis E. Tellez-Peñarete
The tax regime applicable to financial products traded on the Colombian stock market seeks to promote and foster the growth of that market through tax benefits. However, the lack of systematic rules gives rise to some interpretative issues involving risks for transactions. Moreover, the adoption of existing standards for information exchange poses enormous burdens for Colombian financial institutions.
Brazil
Tax Aspects of Financial Market Transactions
Caio Augusto Takano and Michell Przepiorka
The authors provide an overview of the aspects of the taxation of transactions on the Brazilian financial market, presenting the main issues that can affect the attraction of foreign investment, as well as challenges that arise under the current Brazilian legal framework in light of relevant tax issues worldwide, such as exchange of information on tax matters and the classification of hybrid financial instruments.
Chile
Tax Treatment of Financial Market Transactions
Felipe Yáñez and Tomás Alvarez
The authors provide a general overview of the tax regime applicable to the most common financial instruments traded on the Chilean stock market by providing the key tax elements to be considered by local and foreign investors. An updated overview is also provided regarding the taxation applicable to Chilean securities and financial instruments.
Panama
Developments in the Panama Financial Market
Isabel Chiri Gutierrez

 

Peru
The Peruvian Financial Market and Related Tax Issues
Camilo Maruy

 

Argentina
Corporate Income and Valued Added Tax Treatment of Financial Instruments
Daniel Rybnik
INTERNATIONAL TAXATION OF FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS
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