Free Submission Public Relations &
Deutsch English


Monitoring the performance of ETI: A tax reform required for SME-ETI

Print article Print article
2013-12-26 07:41:49 - Banque Palatine, Bank of medium-sized and middle sized companies (ETI) in the BPCE Group, presents the results of its Market Observatory 32nd Banque Palatine SME / ETI (CA 15 to 500 million euros) made from 305 leaders by Opinion Way Institute in partnership with the magazine Challenges and i> TELE.

Tax reform deemed necessary by the vast majority of SME-ETI

The worst enemy of SME-ETI is the legal and fiscal instability. That is why 88% of entrepreneurs interviewed believe that the overhaul of the tax announced by the Prime Minister is a necessity. But they have little hope on effects.

Gifts and bonuses more frequent end of the year in 2013

In 2013, 52% of SME-ETI considering offering year-end gifts to their customers, a significant increase over last year (+12 pts). 60% of SME-ETI (+14 pts vs. Late 2012) think make year-end gifts to their salariƩs.70% of SME-ETI consider giving a minimum premium to some of their employees, a proportion significantly higher than last year (+18 points). 33% of employers even consider paying

a premium for all their employees.

The priority objectives of SME-ETI: the sustainability of their business and job retention

For almost all SME-ETI, objectives primarily concern the sustainability of their business (98%), maintenance of employment (89%) and profitability (88%). Only 17% say that the optimization of shareholder remuneration is an objective prioritaires.57% of SME-ETI are willing to make efforts on their compensation to cope with the crisis. Efforts that entrepreneurs are willing to extend their concern especially wages, but also their dividends.

Find more information about the Banque Palatine at:

Press Information:

5/3 Rue de Voyage, Paris

Contact Person:
Mark Miller

Phone: 9055269010
email: email


Disclaimer: If you have any questions regarding information in these press releases please contact the company added in the press release. Please do not contact pr-inside. We will not be able to assist you. PR-inside disclaims contents contained in this release.
Latest News
Read the Latest News


Terms & Conditions | Privacy | About us | Contact | BidVertiser