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Capital structure - equity.

Re-equitisation means increasing the relative proportion of equity in the capital structure of a company.

Especially following reductions in the past.

DEBRA will contribute to re-equitisation
"The green and digital transitions arising from the EU decision to move towards a climate neutral and digital economy will require large investments in new technologies and innovation that imply a need for capital.
In such a context, equity financing facilitates risky investments in breakthrough technologies.
An allowance for equity financing would also contribute to the re-equitisation of companies.
Companies with a solid capital structure are less vulnerable to shocks, and more prone to make investments and take risks.
This can positively affect competitiveness, growth and ultimately employment."
DEBRA - consultation - European Commission - Commission expert group Platform for Tax Good Governance - October 2021.

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