As a matter of policy, the legislation defines offshore funds by reference to the structure of investors’ rights, rather than, e.g. by reference to activities undertaken by the fund. Crucial to this policy is the definition of a ‘material interest’. Without a material interest, an investor cannot be taxed; further, without at least one material interest existing, an overseas concern cannot be an offshore fund at all.

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