Webinar: taxation of investment bond withdrawals - part 1

Comparing the tax treatment of part surrenders and full segment surrenders

December 2020

Barry Foster

Vice President, Strategic & Technical Sales

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This content is directed only to persons having professional experience in matters relating to personal investment (investment professionals) and should not be distributed to anybody else. It has been prepared for general information purposes only. It does not constitute advice (whether investment, legal, regulatory, tax or otherwise) provided by BMO Global Asset Management (EMEA) (BMO). Certain content in this document is based on our own reading of legislation, regulation, or guidance issued by a government or regulatory authority, as at December 2020, which is subject to ongoing change. Tax treatment is based upon individual circumstances. BMO gives no warranty or representation, whether express or implied, that such content is up to date, complete, or accurate.

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Key takeaways:

  • Understand some of the main taxation issues relating to investment bonds, especially on surrender
  • Compare the different tax treatment of part and full segment surrender
  • Understand the provisions for appealing to HMRC where a chargeable event gain is “disproportionate”

In part 1, Barry compares the tax treatment of part surrenders and full segment surrenders. He also considers the options to mitigate potentially adverse tax implications of a part surrender where a full segment surrender would have been a more tax efficient option.

BMO Adviser Edge Taxation of investment bond withdrawals part 1 part and full segment surrenders

Risk Disclaimer

This content is directed only to persons having professional experience in matters relating to personal investment (investment professionals) and should not be distributed to anybody else. It has been prepared for general information purposes only. It does not constitute advice (whether investment, legal, regulatory, tax or otherwise) provided by BMO Global Asset Management (EMEA) (BMO). Certain content in this document is based on our own reading of legislation, regulation, or guidance issued by a government or regulatory authority, as at December 2020, which is subject to ongoing change. Tax treatment is based upon individual circumstances. BMO gives no warranty or representation, whether express or implied, that such content is up to date, complete, or accurate.

Investment professionals in receipt of this document should not rely on any of its content. They remain solely responsible for advising their underlying clients in accordance with their own legal and/or regulatory obligations and for taking their own independent advice as they determine is necessary.

To the extent lawful, BMO excludes all responsibility and associated liability for any loss or damage suffered by any recipient of this document who chooses to rely on its content, whether occurring in contract, tort (including negligence), breach of statutory duty, or otherwise, even if foreseeable.

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