On 31 December 2020 the UK will leave the EU. This snapshot analyses Brexit’s potential impact on UK and on EU and other EEA managers wanting to market non-listed real estate funds after Brexit.
This briefing focuses on the tax-related implications of a hard Brexit on non-listed real estate investment. Anna Burchner, Partner in the tax group at CMS in London presents on this important topic.
In case of a hard Brexit, many technical changes need to be made to UK tax rules that currently interrelate with EU law. A mapping exercise has been completed to summarise the tax-related impacts of a hard Brexit on non-listed real estate.
Jeff Rupp, INREV Public Affairs Director, presents on the impacts of a hard Brexit on the non-listed real estate industry. Learn more about the Brexit Focus Group’s analysis of how a hard Brexit would affect investors, managers and service providers both in and outside Europe, as well as some of the political dynamics currently at play.
The non-listed real estate industry could be facing a hard Brexit in less than two years. The INREV Brexit Focus Group has mapped out what the implications would be for fund managers, investors and service providers.
The result of the 23 June 2016 referendum on the United Kingdom's membership of the European Union raises many questions regarding the future relationship between the EU and the UK, and poses a number of important challenges for the members of INREV, the European Association for Investors in Non-Listed Vehicles.
This briefing discusses the current state of play of Brexit and the potential impact it will have on non-listed real estate investment. Simon Crown and Marian Scheele, partners at Clifford Chance in London and Amsterdam, presented the topic from both the UK and the remaining EU Member State perspective.
This briefing focuses on Brexit’s potential implications for indirect real estate investment.