Thursday, 17th September 2020
The Quoted Companies Alliance's Share Schemes Committee examined in depth HMRC's controversial draft regulations for inclusion in the Finance Bill 2011 on disguised remuneration.
The QCA Tax Committee, in conjunction with the Share Schemes Committee, has prepared proposals for taxation reform designed to help drive private sector growth and employment, particularly with regard to the small and mid-cap quoted company sector.
Various QCA committees assisted in preparing this response to HM Treasury and the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS)'s consultation on Financing a private sector recovery (also known as the Business Finance Green Paper).
The QCA responded to the announcement in the Budget (March 2010) that outlines the Government's intention to consult on changes to the Venture Capital Schemes, which include the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) and Venture Capital Trusts (VCTs).
The QCA sent a letter, drafted by the Tax Committee, to the Chancellor prior to the Emergency Budget, outlining some key areas that QCA members would need assistance with.
The QCA Corporate Finance Advisors' Committee and the Share Schemes Committee responded to the London Stock Exchange's AIM Notice 35 – Proposed AIM Rules for Disclosure of Directors’ Remuneration and Electronic Communication with Shareholders.
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