Ceuta officials to offer first-hand details on favorable local tax regime at Gaming in Spain Conference

Officials representing the Spanish autonomous city Ceuta will attend next week’s Gaming in Spain Conference to provide a detailed explanation of the significant new tax breaks that are available to iGaming companies based in the North African enclave.

Located only 20 kilometers from the Spanish mainland, the autonomous city of Ceuta is an excellent base of operations for iGaming companies looking to profit from a special tax regime. With a number of important new tax breaks in place, the city has the potential to become an attractive alternative to post-Brexit Gibraltar.

Tax benefits

The autonomous city of Ceuta offers the following tax breaks to licensed iGaming companies:

  • a 10% gambling tax rate, as opposed to 20% in mainland Spain
  • a reduced corporate tax rate of 12.5% (25% in mainland Spain)
  • a 5% VAT (21% in mainland Spain)

Speakers

  • Guillermo Martínez, Senator (Partido Popular) representing Ceuta
  • Enrique Reyes, General Manager at Ceuta’s Revenue Service (OrganismoAutónomoServiciosTributario de Ceuta)
  • Emilio Fernández, Director of Legal Services at OrganismoAutónomoServiciosTributario de Ceuta
  • Jason Maya, Commercial Director at UGSpain Advisory

The session will be moderated by Pedro Fernández, Partner at international law firm Garrigues.

When & where

The 2018 Gaming in Spain Conference will be held November 7-8, 2018, at Wanda Metropolitano, Madrid.

Includes behind-the-scenes stadium tour

Registered conference attendants will be offered the opportunity to participate in a behind-the-scenes stadium tour of Wanda Metropolitano, host venue of the 2019 UEFA Champions League Final, followed by business drinks and a networking dinner.

Exclusive offer for Jdigital members

Jdigital members receive an exclusive 15% discount on standard price tickets. Please note: this offer is strictly limited to current members of Jdigital.

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