Published by : LightBridge Partners
With restrictions on annual pension allowances likely to increase the tax efficient investing sector's popularity in 2018, it is impossible to be disappointed about the sense of pragmatism and encouragement the sector is finally receiving following the publishing of the Patient Capital Review report.
In this Spotlight eBook, focusing on the tax efficient investing sector, LightBridge Partners, Unicorn Asset Management and GrowthInvest explore how the industry has evolved and the challenges advisers and investors still face in 2018.
Published:12 February 2018
Business Area: Tax Efficient Vehicles
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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