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80.—(1) This regulation applies if a diversely owned fund carries out an investment transaction in an accounting period.
(2) The investment transaction is treated as a non-trading transaction.
81. For the purposes of this Part an “investment transaction” means—
(a)any transaction in stocks and shares;
(b)any transaction in a relevant contract (and see regulations 82 to 86);
(c)any transaction which results in a diversely owned fund becoming a party to a loan relationship or a related transaction in respect of a loan relationship (and see regulation 87);
(d)any transaction in units in a collective investment scheme (and see regulation 88);
(e)any transaction in securities of any description not falling within paragraphs (a) to (d);
(f)any transaction consisting in the buying or selling of any foreign currency;
(g)any transaction in a carbon emission trading product (and see regulation 89).
82.—(1) For the purposes of regulation 81(b) a relevant contract is—
(b)a future, or
(c)a contract for differences.
(2) For the purposes of this regulation an option, a future or a contract for differences which relates to land will only be a relevant contract where the option, the future or the contract for differences uses an index referred to in regulation 86(1)(b) and the index is—
(b)comprised of a significant number of properties, and
(c)not maintained by—
(i)the diversely owned fund,
(ii)the manager of the diversely owned fund, or
(iii)a person connected with the diversely owned fund or the manager of the diversely owned fund.
(3) For the purposes of this regulation—
(a)sections 993 and 994 of ITA 2007 (connected persons) apply where the manager is a person other than a company, and
(b)section 839 of ICTA(1) (connected persons) applies in the case of a diversely owned fund or where the manager is a person who is a company.
83.—(1) For the purposes of regulation 82(1)(a) an “option” includes an instrument which entitles the holder to subscribe for shares in a company or assets representing a loan relationship of a company, and for these purposes it is immaterial whether the shares or assets to which the instrument relates exist or are identifiable.
(2) For the purposes of paragraph (1) the reference to a loan relationship of a company is to be construed in accordance with regulation 87 but with references in that regulation to “diversely owned fund” treated as references to “company”.
84.—(1) For the purposes of regulation 82(1)(b) a “future” is a contract for the sale of property under which delivery is to be made—
(a)at a future date agreed when the contract is made, and
(b)at a price so agreed.
(2) For the purposes of paragraph (1)(b) a price is taken to be agreed when the contract is made—
(a)notwithstanding that the price is left to be determined by reference to the price at which a contract is to be entered into on a market or exchange or could be entered into at a time and place specified in the contract, or
(b)in a case where the contract is expressed to be by reference to a standard lot and quality, notwithstanding that provision is made for a variation in the price to take account of any variation in quantity or quality on delivery.
85.—(1) For the purposes of regulations 83 and 84 references to an option or a future do not include references to a contract whose terms provide—
(a)that, after setting off their obligations to each other under the contract, a cash payment is to be made by one party to the other in respect of the excess, if any, and do not provide for the delivery of any property, or
(b)that each party is liable to make to the other party a cash payment in respect of all that party’s obligations to the other under the contract and do not provide for the delivery of any property, or
(c)for the delivery of any property other than property a transaction in which would fall within any of regulations 80 to 89 where the property is delivered.
(2) Nothing in paragraph (1) has effect to exclude, from references to an option or future, an option or future whose underlying subject matter is currency.
(3) In paragraph (1) “underlying subject matter” means—
(a)in relation to an option, the property which would fall to be delivered if the option were exercised, and
(b)in relation to a future, the property which, if the future were to run to delivery, would fall to be delivered at the date and price agreed when the contract is made.
86.—(1) For the purposes of regulation 82(1)(c) a “contract for differences” is a contract the purpose or pretended purpose of which is to make a profit or avoid a loss by reference to fluctuations in—
(a)the value or price of property described in the contract, or
(b)an index or other factor designated in the contract.
(2) But none of the following is a contract for differences—
(c)a contract of insurance;
(d)a contract effected in the course of capital redemption business;
(e)a contract of indemnity;
(h)a loan relationship.
(3) For the purposes of paragraph (2)—
“capital redemption business” means any business of a company carrying on insurance business in so far as it consists of the effecting on the basis of actuarial calculations, and the carrying out, of contracts under which, in return for one or more fixed payments, a sum or series of sums of a specified amount become payable at a future time or over a period;
“loan relationship” is to be construed in accordance with regulation 87, but with references to “diversely owned fund” in that regulation treated as references to “company”.
(4) For the purposes of paragraph (1)(b) an index or factor may be determined by reference to any matter and, for these purposes, a numerical value may be attributed to any variation in a matter.
87.—(1) For the purposes of regulation 81(c) a diversely owned fund has a “loan relationship” where the fund stands (whether by reference to a security or otherwise) in the position of a creditor or debtor as respects any money debt and either—
(a)that debt is one arising from a transaction for the lending of money, or
(b)that debt is not one which arose from a transaction for the lending of money but is one—
(i)on which interest is payable to or by the diversely owned fund, or
(ii)in relation to which exchange gains or losses arise to the diversely owned fund, or
(iii)as respects which the conditions in paragraph (2) below are satisfied.
(2) The conditions referred to in paragraph (1)(b)(iii) are that—
(a)the diversely owned fund stands in the position of creditor in relation to the money debt, and
(b)the money debt is one from which a discount (whether of an income or capital nature) arises to the diversely owned fund.
(3) In this regulation “exchange gains or losses” means profits or gains or losses which arise as a result of comparing at different times the expression in one currency of the whole or some part of the valuation put by the diversely owned fund in another currency on an asset or liability of the diversely owned fund.
(4) For the purposes of this regulation a “money debt” is a debt which is, or has at any time been, one that falls, or that may at the choice of the debtor or of the creditor, fall to be settled—
(a)by the payment of money,
(b)by the transfer of a right to settlement under a debt which is itself a money debt, or
(c)by the issue or transfer of shares in any company,
disregarding any other alternative exercisable by either party.
(5) Subject to paragraph (6), where an instrument is issued by any person for the purpose of representing security for, or the rights of a creditor in respect of, any money debt, then (whatever the circumstances of the issue of the instrument) that debt shall be taken for the purposes of this regulation to be a debt arising from a transaction for the lending of money.
(6) For the purposes of this regulation a debt does not arise from a transaction for the lending of money to the extent that it is a debt arising from rights conferred by shares in a company.
(7) For the purposes of this regulation so far as relating to exchange gains and losses, any currency held by the diversely owned fund shall be treated as a money debt.
(8) For the purposes of this regulation “money” includes money expressed in a currency other than sterling.
(9) For the purposes of regulation 81(c) a “related transaction” in relation to a loan relationship means any disposal or acquisition (in whole or in part) of rights or liabilities under that relationship.
88.—(1) For the purposes of regulation 81(d)—
“collective investment scheme” has the meaning given by section 235 of FISMA 2000,
“units” means the rights or interests (however described) of the investors in the collective investment scheme.
(2) In paragraph (1) a “investor”, in relation to a collective investment scheme, means a beneficial owner of units in the scheme, except where the units are held on trust (other than a bare trust) or are comprised in the estate of a deceased person, and in such a case the investor, in relation to the scheme, means the trustees of the trust, or, as the case may be, the deceased’s personal representatives.
89.—(1) — For the purposes of regulation 81(g) a “transaction in a carbon emission trading product” means a transaction—
(a)in Community tradable emissions allowances, or
(b)in transferable units issued pursuant to the Kyoto Protocol,
where the transaction does not otherwise fall within any other paragraph of that regulation.
(2) For the purposes of this regulation—
“Community tradable emissions allowances” means transferable allowances which relate to the making of emissions of greenhouse gases, and are allocated as part of a system made for the purpose of implementing any community obligation of the United Kingdom relating to such emissions;
“the Kyoto Protocol” means the Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change signed at Kyoto on 11th December 1997(2);
“units” includes assigned amount units, certified emission reductions, emission reduction units and removal units.
Section 839 was amended by paragraph 20 of Schedule 17 to the Finance Act 1995 (c. 4), paragraph 25 of Schedule 13 to the Finance Act 2006 (c. 25), paragraph 223 of Schedule 1 to the Income Tax Act 2007 (c. 3) and by S.I. 1988/745 and 2005/3229.
The text of the Kyoto Protocol is available at www.unfccc.int/kyoto_protocol/items/2830.php.
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