Shareholder Illiquidity and Firm Behavior: Financial and Real Effects of the Personal Wealth Tax in Private Firms

Shareholder Illiquidity and Firm Behavior: Financial and Real Effects of the Personal Wealth Tax in Private Firms

July 15 2020

Speaker- Janis Berzins (BI Norwegian Business School) and Discussants- Benjamin Maury (Hanken School of Economics) and Dainis Vodolagins (Head of Tax, Eversheds Sutherland Bitāns) who spoke at the "SMEs, Families and Capital Markets" conference that took place on 19/06/2020 at Stockholm School of Economics in Riga and online.

For more information please see the following link: https://ecgi.global/content/smes-families-and-capital-markets#!event-about

Associated event

[Riga] One of the priorities mentioned in the Entrepreneurship 2020 Action Plan of the European Commission is “easing business transfers”, for example, through reducing cross-border inheritance tax obstacles, improving information and advice services, and other initiatives. Likewise, stock exchanges are attempting to ease obstacles for SMEs, that are predominantly family-owned, to raise capital through public markets. The conference examined these tendencies. 

January 21 2020