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In Euromoney Institutional Investor PLV v HMRC [2021] TC08046, HMRC was unsuccessful in blocking a company's claim for share-for-share relief on a reorganisation, the First Tier Tribunal (FTT) found no main purpose of tax avoidance.

The FTT considered that:

The FTT allowed the appeal. It concluded that the exchange in this appeal was part of a scheme or arrangements where one of the purposes was the avoidance of Capital Gains Tax but, that purpose was not the main purpose or one of the main purposes of the arrangements.

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Euromoney Institutional Investor PLV v HMRC [2021] TC08046

 


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