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IMA greets Ucits move from Revenue

The Investment Management Association has welcomed Inland Revenue proposals allowing Ucits schemes to be eligible for Isa investment.

The Revenue is proposing a simple and transparent test for determining which types of fund qualify based on how much capital an investor could be certain to receive from the investment.

The IMA says the decision comes following discussions between the trade body and the Revenue.

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