UK GAAR: Impact on private clients conference 2015
The General Anti-Abuse Rule (GAAR) that came into force on 17 July 2013 was introduced to strengthen HMRC anti-avoidance strategy and help tackle abusive avoidance. GAAR's definition of “abusive” tax arrangement poses particular uncertainty and difficulty for private clients.
This one-day conference focused specifically on the implications of the GAAR for private clients in key areas such as capital gains, inheritance and employment taxes as well as cross border – domicile, residence and offshore structures.
Tax specialists from leading tax sets, accountancy and solicitors firms facilitated this highly practical debate by sharing their in-depth knowledge and discussing real life examples. One of our tax experts, Aparna Nathan, joined one of the panels.
Organised by IBC Conferences on Wednesday 22nd April at Millennium Knightsbridge, London.Back to Events
Areas of expertise
- Administrative and Public Law
- Arbitration & Mediation
- Clinical Negligence
- Commercial Disputes
- Health & Safety
- Human Rights
- Insurance & Reinsurance
- Personal Injury
- Professional Negligence
- Regulatory & Professional Discipline
- Sports Law
- Telecommunications & IT