Rachel Hanger, Head of Asset Management, KPMG UK , comments on KPMG reaction: Government Consultation on UK Alternative Funds.
Responding to HM Treasury’s consultation into the UK’s alternative funds industry, Rachel Hanger, Head of Asset Management, KPMG UK says:
“This demonstrates the Government’s ongoing commitment to the success of the asset management industry. The sector makes an invaluable contribution to the UK economy, generating significant employment and tax revenue as well providing an essential service for the management of savings and pensions for millions of UK and overseas citizens. It is great that, post-Brexit, the Government is consulting on how to make the UK a more attractive location for alternative fund structures as part of a wider review of the UK funds regime.”
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