05 January 2016

The Draft Finance Bill 2016 - investment managers and performance-linked rewards

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This article was first published on Lexis®PSL Tax on 18 December 2015.

This month, King & Wood Mallesons Tax partner Stephen Pevsner was featured on Lexis Nexis discussing the potential impact of the draft Finance Bill 2016 provisions on investment managers who receive performance-linked rewards.

The article discusses the potential tax implications of the draft bill, but moreover, the potential burdens and uncertainly that the legislation is likely to create.

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