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Qualifying asset holding company regime and infrastructure investors


In a bid to bolster its attractiveness to the asset management sector, the UK is introducing a new tax efficient vehicle: the qualifying asset holding company (“QAHC”, pronounced “quack”). The elective regime will be introduced in April 2022 and, by providing a simplified basis of taxation and a host of generous tax benefits, should allow the UK to compete with Luxembourg and other competitor jurisdictions.

Please see our briefing below, providing a simplified overview of the tax benefits and consequences of QAHCs, exploring how they will benefit infrastructure funds and investors and commenting on how QAHCs compare with Luxembourg's offering.

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