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Using corporate structures to own UK residential property – a dead end?

Historically, UK resident non-domiciled individuals have been able to achieve certain tax advantages through holding interests in UK residential property through offshore companies. In recent years, the UK government has...more

Financial Services Quarterly Report - Fourth Quarter 2015: Further Change to the UK Taxation of Carried Interest

The UK Government, as anticipated, issued draft legislation on 9 December designed to establish clear rules as to when carried interest can qualify for favourable capital gains tax treatment. The draft legislation follows a...more

Further Change to the UK Taxation of Carried Interest

The UK Government, as anticipated, issued draft legislation on 9 December designed to establish clear rules as to when carried interest can qualify for favourable capital gains tax treatment. The draft legislation follows a...more

Financial Services Tax – UK Update from Dechert’s Tax Group: Rule Changes Yield Mixed Blessings for UK Investors in Offshore Funds

UK investors in closely held offshore funds can be directly liable for tax if the fund makes a gain on an underlying asset even if the gain is reinvested by the fund and not distributed to the investor. There is also the...more

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