Shares traded on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) are treated as unquoted securities for most tax purposes which means that they attract many tax breaks that would not be available if the shares were fully listed.
There are also, however, occasions where the shares have the same tax treatment as quoted investments. This course is intended for those advising business seeking to attract investors as well as those advising the investors themselves.
As with many tax breaks, early planning is essential to ensure that the correct structure is in place prior to the transaction proceeding.
|Training Course||Training Course Summary|
|How to Buy A Business||Be introduced to the drivers of growth including the company life cycle, the concepts in acquisitions of risk and return and the product market’s growth and decline.|
|How to Sell a Business||Be introduced to the process, what the seller’s motives are and what the different methods of sale could be|