Special case: entities resident in countries or territories classified as non-cooperative jurisdiction
Regulations: Art. 91.12 of Law Personal Income Tax
When the investee entity is resident in a country or territory classified as a non-cooperative jurisdiction, it will be presumed, unless proven otherwise, that the following circumstances occur:
That the taxation of the non-resident entity for the income subject to inclusion is less than 75 percent of the amount that would have corresponded to those same income applying the Spanish Corporate Tax rules.
That the entity is the producer of the income listed in letters a), b), c), d), e), f) and g), h) and ei) of the heading "Income obtained from entities that develop economic activities" within of the section " Content of the regime and moment of imputation ", so they must be understood as imputable.
That the income obtained by the investee entity is 15 percent of the acquisition value of the participation.
See in this regard the definition of non-cooperative jurisdiction included in the first Additional Provision of Law 36/2006, of November 29, on measures for the prevention of tax fraud and which is discussed in " List of countries and territories of non-cooperative jurisdiction " within the section dedicated to the "Imputation of income by partners or participants of collective investment institutions established in countries or territories classified as non-cooperative jurisdiction" in this Chapter.