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Collective Investment Schemes: Law and Practice

Collective Investment Schemes: Law and Practice
The Law and Practice
Number of volumes: 2
ISBN:  9780851214740
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Format:  Looseleaf
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The definitive guide to the law and practice relating to both unit trusts and open ended investment companies, Collective Investment Schemes:
  • Provides a complete reference to the rules and regulations governing the operation and management of unit trusts and OEICs
  • Explains the positions of trustees, managers and unitholders
  • Deals with such key areas as advertising, valuation and pricing, investment powers, accountability, remuneration and conduct of business
  • Covers both the regulation of the structure of unit trusts and OEICs, as well as the investments made by them
  • Examines the taxation of unit trusts, open ended investment schemes and investors
  • Refers to key cases and decisions which have shaped the regulations surrounding unit trusts and OEICs
  • Thoroughly examines the impact of the Financial Services and Markets Bill and its subsequent amendments
  • Reproduces relevant legislation, delegated legislation and SIB rules

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Volume 1
Part A – General
A1 – The Origin and Historical Development of Collective Investment Schemes in the United Kingdom
A2 – Types of Vehicle for Collective Investment
A3 – Statutory Regulation of the Fund Industry
A4 – The Operation of Unit Trust Schemes and Open-Ended Investment Companies
A5 – Conduct of Busines
A6 – Listing Units/Shares in Collective Investment Schemes

Part B – Taxation
Introduction to Part B: taxation of unit trust schemes, OEICs and holders
B1 – Authorised Unit Trust Schemes and OEICs
B2 – Unauthorised Unit Trust Schemes Resident in the United Kingdom
B3 – UK Unit Trust Schemes Taxed Other than as AUT or UUT Schemes
B4 – Taxation of UK Residents Investing in Non-UK Resident Collective Investment Schemes
B5 – Amalgamations and Conversions of Authorised Funds
B6 – Unitisation
B7 – Value Added Tax
B8 – Inheritance Tax

Volume 2
Part C – Appendices


Elizabeth Budd – Pinsent Masons
Anita Ives – Pinsent Masons
Jamie Crawford – Stevens & Bolton LLP


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