Thursday, 24th September 2020
Our Tax and Corporate Finance Expert Groups contributed to our response to the HM Treasury consultation 'Tax-advantaged venture capital schemes: ensuring continued support for small and growing businesses'.
Our Tax and Share Schemes Expert Groups have contributed to our response to the OTS Competitiveness review: initial thoughts and call for evidence
QCA Response to the HMRC Draft Finance Bill 2014: Abolition of stamp duty reserve tax on growth market shares
Our Tax Expert Group and Legal Expert Group have examined the proposals and advised on the response to the HMRC Draft Finance Bill 2014: Abolition of stamp duty reserve tax on growth market shares.
Our Tax Expert Group, in conjunction with our Share Schemes Expert Group, has prepared its annual proposals for taxation reform ahead of the Autumn Statement and 2014 Budget.
Our Tax Expert Group contributed to our response to HM Treasury's consultation on including shares traded on small and medium-sized enterprise equity markets, such as AIM and ISDX, in ISAs.
Our Tax and Share Schemes Expert Groups contributed to our response to various parts of the Draft Finance Bill, including EMI Options and Entrepreneurs' Relief, Tax-advantaged Share Scheme Simplification, and the Employee Shareholder Status.
QCA Response to FSA Consultation CP12/19 – Restrictions on the retail distribution of unregulated collective investment schemes and close substitutes
Our Tax Expert Group has advised on our response to FSA Consultation CP12/19, which proposes to ban the promotion of UCIS and close substitutes to ordinary retail investors in the UK.
Our Share Schemes and Tax Expert Groups have advised on our response to the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills's consultation on implementing employee owner status.
The Quoted Companies Alliance Tax Committee examined the HM Treasury consultation paper on tax-advantaged venture capital schemes, which explored extending Enterprise Investment Schemes (EIS) and Venture Capital Trusts (VCTs) through raising the qualifying company size.
The Quoted Companies Alliance Tax Committee examined HM Treasury's consultation on the reform of the Taxation on Non-Domiciled Individuals, which explored creating an tax incentive for non-doms to invest in companies quoted in the UK.
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Tuesday, 21st April 2020
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