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In 2007, the Netherlands introduced an attractive tax regime for investment funds. As a result, two types of tax exempt funds currently exist.
These are the fiscale beleggingsinstelling (FBI), also known as fiscal investment institution and vrijgestelde beleggingsinstelling (VBI), known as tax exempt investment institution.
The Dutch FBI was first introduced in 1969 and is widely used as an investment fund for investments in securities and real property. A FBI is subject to a corporate income tax rate of 0%, provided that certain requirements are met.
Requirements to obtain the FBI status include:
The Dutch VBI is a new fund that is exempt from corporate income tax and dividend withholding tax. Also, no shareholder requirements, gearing limitations and distribution obligations apply.
Requirements to obtain the VBI status include: