All posts with the topic: private equity

In our earlier blogs here and here, we reported on draft Finance Bill legislation which would potentially have resulted in income tax on private equity managers’ coinvestments in the funds they manage.  Fortunately it transpired that this was a case of “cock-up before conspiracy” (probably due to lack of industry knowledge on the part of the draftsmen) and the revised clauses … Continue reading Disguised investment management fees: panic over?

A few interesting tax changes announced today across the funds spectrum: UK authorised funds The 0.5% stamp duty reserve charge on dealings in units in UK unit trusts and OEICs will be abolished from 1st April 2014,  a very welcome change. The Government will consult on a proposal to remove the requirement to withhold tax … Continue reading Investment funds – changes in the Budget