In the event of the death of a GoParity account holder, the associated account funds must be transferred to the heir's account via the GoParity platform. For this, the heir must notify GoParity of the investor's death, formally contacting GoParity by email to email@example.com.
The heir will be asked to submit the following documents:
- Qualification of heirs (document containing the lender's heirs) - Qualification of Heirs, Sharing and Records – IRN (justica.gov.pt).
- If the investment amount (not paid) exceeds 3,000 euros, you must also request Annex I of the Stamp Tax (declaration that replaced the former Inheritance Tax) - Free transfers (IS) | Óbito Space - Backoffice (justica.gov.pt).
- If the heir is not an ascendant, descendant, or spouse, proof of payment of the Stamp Duty must also be requested.
As soon as GoParity receives the mentioned documents, and after validation by the Legal department, GoParity can proceed to change the account's ownership. At that time, the new holder must open an account at GoParity so that the funds can be transferred between accounts.
The new holder is free to keep the ongoing investments or to sell them in our Marketplace. If there are available funds, these can be withdrawn or used for new investments within the GoParity portfolio.
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Part or all of your original invested capital may be at risk and the return on your investment depends on the success of the project invested in. Consider all risks before investing and read the Key Investment Information Sheet (KIIS) for each investment, available at www.goparity.com. Power Parity, SA is a crowdlending platform authorized and supervised by CMVM (Portuguese Securities Commission). All payments, transfers and funds collection are assured by MangoPay SA, an electronic payments institution authorized and supervised by CSFF (Luxembourg Financial Authority) under the nº 8711.