Keystone Law is pleased to announce that it will be co-hosting a seminar with the Isle of Man Department of Economic Development, alongside Ernst & Young and Optimus, on the impact that reforms contained in the recent UK Budget may have in respect of real estate development.
The breakfast event and networking seminar will be held in London on Thursday 19 May 2016 and will include an update from the UK Budget in relation to residential property held by non-residents from a private individual perspective.
The seminar will cover UK real estate hot topics and their impact on the Isle of Man, including recent and proposed developments following the UK Budget announcements for non-resident property dealers, developers, BEPS Action Point 4 (interest deductibility), and potential changes to the UK’s Substantial Shareholding Exemption.
In addition, there will be an update on Isle of Man yacht and aircraft structures.
The seminar will take place 08:00–10:00am at Ernst & Young, 1 More London Place, London, SE1 2AF.
To register a place at the event, please contact email@example.com by 30 April.