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At Travers Smith Tax, we are known for providing our lawyers with exceptional quality training on a weekly basis throughout their careers. As one of the leading City tax practices, the team is comprised of market leading practitioners and their involvement in high-profile representative industry bodies as well as regular dialogue with HM Treasury ensures they are at the forefront of any legislative changes.

You can use this website to access our training materials, and even to listen to some of the sessions. The materials are divided into (1) in-depth training – detailed incisive training (2) back to basics – introductory training on an area of law; and (3) new law – reviews of new law at either consultation stage or in draft form.

You can search below by topic or tax, or use the keyword function to search through the descriptions of our materials. The materials are arranged in chronological order (newest first) and are current as at the date of the materials.

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Stamp Taxes (2)

An overview of the building blocks of stamp duty reserve tax covering agreements assessable to SDRT, chargeable securities, the interaction between stamp duty and SDRT, timings and penalties in respect of both stamp duty and SDRT, and exemptions and reliefs.

Stamp Taxes (1) - Building blocks

An overview of the building blocks of stamp duty covering what constitutes a "transfer on sale", assets chargeable to stamp duty, questions surrounding consideration, and exemptions and reliefs.

British Tax Review Issue 4, 2021 – Finance Act 2021, Sections 121–124 and Schedules 30–32: avoidance

Tax Partner Simon Skinner and Senior Associate Hugh Brooks have written an article for the latest British Tax Review on recent changes of law relating to HM Revenue and Customs powers in relation to disclosures of tax avoidance schemes, and promoters and enablers of such schemes (British Tax Review Issue 4, 2021). A PDF of this contribution is linked below. Alternatively you can download to print, to save for later or for a different experience.


Overview of anti-hybrids legislation, covering key definitions (including Finance Act 2021 changes to "acting together"), Chapter 3 (hybrids financial instruments), Chapter 5 (hybrid payer D/NI mismatches), Chapter 7 (hybrid payee D/NI mismatches), Chapter 9 (hybrid entity DD mismatches), Chapter 11 (imported mismatches) and the TAAR.

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