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Brexit: Keep Calm and Carry On?

Does the United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union change the United Kingdom’s attractiveness as a holding company jurisdiction?...more

Private Placements and the Qualifying Private Placement Exemption

The new exemption from UK withholding tax will affect certain debt finance arrangements and the issuance of debt securities between foreign lenders or investors and UK corporate borrowers or issuers that operate in private...more

UK Tax Measures—Spring 2016 Budget

The spring budget includes a number of announcements that relate to taxation, the most significant of which is a “roadmap” for UK corporate taxation through 2020....more

2015 Autumn Statement and Spending Review Released

The statement is tax light, but there is continued focus on carried interest. On 25 November, the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne made a number of tax-related announcements in the 2015 Autumn Statement and...more

Recent UK Court Decision on UK Tax Treatment of US LLCs

HMRC provides guidance on the implications of the recent case Anson v Revenue and Customs Commissioners. Delaware limited liability companies (LLCs) are regularly seen in many international corporate groups, including in...more

Tax Measures in the UK 2015 Summer Budget

The new tax announcements are designed to improve productivity and correct imbalances in the tax system. On 8 July, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne made a number of announcements relating to the tax system...more

Luxembourg Has Been Removed from the Kazakhstan Tax Blacklist

The change will be retroactive starting 1 January 2015. The Kazakhstan tax blacklist is a list of now 60 jurisdictions that Kazakhstan considers to be countries with privileged tax regimes....more

2/9/2015  /  Blacklist , Kazakhstan , Luxembourg

Tax Measures in the 2014 UK Autumn Statement

Announcements support UK growth and prevent tax avoidance. On 3 December, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne made a number of tax-related announcements in the 2014 Autumn Statement. Given the government’s...more

12/4/2014  /  Tax Avoidance , Tax Reform , UK

Tax Measures in the 2014 UK Budget

UK government continues to support growth and build on economic recovery. On 19 March, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, released the UK’s 2014 budget. From a business tax perspective, the budget...more

3/21/2014  /  Economic Development , Tax Reform , UK

Tax Measures in UK Chancellor’s 2013 Autumn Statement

Statement builds on economic stability, with a focus on certainty for business. On 5 December, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne released the 2013 Autumn Statement with measures designed to increase...more

Tax Measures in 2013 UK Budget

UK government supports businesses, focusing on the UK's competitiveness while clamping down on tax avoidance and evasion. On 20 March, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne released the UK's 2013 budget. The...more

New UK Capital Gains Tax Charge on High-Value UK Residential Property

UK government publishes draft legislation on capital gains tax charge that will apply to disposals of high-value UK residential property by certain "non-natural" persons....more

2/11/2013  /  Capital Gains , Property Tax

Tax Measures in UK Chancellor’s Autumn Statement 2012

Statement shows that the UK is still "open for business" and includes measures designed to encourage investment while also targeting tax avoidance and evasion. On 5 December, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne...more

12/7/2012  /  Corporate Taxes
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