Finance Act 2008 changes to group continuity rules

Some companies holding derivative contracts (or loan relationships) with a market value in excess of their historic cost and accounts carrying value sell the contracts (or loans) at full value to a partnership, the members of which are fellow group companies. This gives rise to an accounting profit to the transferor but, it is claimed, this profit will not be taxable because of the operation of the group continuity rule.

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