Study on the financial transaction tax: private households and non-financial companies will bear billions of additional costs (executive summary) (in German)
The financial transaction tax (FTT) would sum up to total costs of 5.0 to 7.3 billion Euros per year for private investors and companies of the real economy. This is the key result of an in-debth impact study for the German economy conducted by Deutsches Aktieninstitut and Oliver Wyman. The result shows that the declard objective not to impact negatively private and investors and non-financial companies by the FTF the cannot be met. Deutsches Aktieninstitut therefore opposes the FTT.