The introduction of the new UK Qualifying Asset Holding Company (QAHC) regime is an exciting development and the first part of an anticipated wider suite of reforms which are expected to further increase the competitiveness of the UK as an investment holding jurisdiction
The QAHC regime is expected to be an attractive proposition for fund managers and investors across a range of alternative investment strategies, especially for asset managers that have existing UK operations or are planning to grow their UK operations, and who have been concerned about increasing operational requirements in other asset holding jurisdictions, especially in the context of EU developments in this area.
During this webcast, tax professionals from KPMG U.S. and KPMG U.K. will share their insights and answers to questions including:
- What is the new UK Qualifying Asset Holding Company regime?
- Which type of investors and strategies may wish to consider the new UK QAHC rules?
- How may fund and deal structures be changed as a result of the regime?
- How do the UK developments interact with wider EU developments in these areas?
- What are the practical considerations investors and asset managers need to be aware of ahead of electing into the rules?