Charity Merger and Acquisition in UK Law

  • Charities Act 2011
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 01 de Janeiro de 2011
    ... ... 3) ... Part 1: Meaning of “charity” and “charitable purpose” ... 1: Meaning ... limitations, as respects the holding, acquisition and disposal of property for or in connection ... entry in respect of every relevant charity merger which is notified to the Commission in accordance ... ...
  • Finance (No. 2) Act 2023
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 01 de Janeiro de 2023
    ... ... (3) have effect, from the time of its acquisition by S (whether or not S continues to hold it) , as ... (2) “Post-merger production group” means the production group ... insert—(4) A tractor or gear owned by a charity and used by it for the purpose of launching or ... ...
  • The Authorised Investment Funds (Tax) Regulations 2006
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 01 de Janeiro de 2006
    ... ... end of the relevant period and the acquisition cost of those shares or units ... (4) Case 3 ... this Part applies—(a) is party to a merger or takeover, and(b) as a result, ceases to meet ... as an income gain not accruing to a charity ... (6) In this regulation “charity” and ... ...
  • General Rate Act 1967
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 01 de Janeiro de 1967
    ... ... charity and wholly or mainly used for charitable ... (by acquisition, merger or division) into part or the whole of ... ...
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Books & Journal Articles
  • The employment law implications of charity mergers
    • No. 23-3, June 2001
    • Employee Relations
    • 271-289
    Examines the employment law implications for charities considering merger. Considers the employment law problems that are involved in charity mergers and the different strategies that have been emp...
    ... ... Examines the employment law implications for charities considering merger.Considers the employment law problems that are involved in charity mergers ... and other changes made by the newowners subsequent to their acquisition of the controlling interest in the sharesof a company may result in a ... ...
    • Antitrust Law and Economics
    • 409-444
    Merger review policy among countries varies according to the weight given to consumers relative to producers. When both receive their full welfare weight it is said that the efficiencies defense is...
    ... ... Charity is an expression of moral sentiment. Onemay care about others from their ... 19 (2nd Supp.), s. 19.Crosbie & Co. Inc. (2000). Mergers and acquisition in Canada. Subscription database In: M ... ...
  • The time factor in re‐branding organizations: its effects on staff knowledge, attitudes and behaviour in UK charities
    • No. 16-4, July 2007
    • Journal of Product & Brand Management
    • 236-246
    Purpose: As staff are vital to successful re‐branding, particularly in the charity sector where restricted budgets limit reliance on external marketing, it is important to understand the impact of ...
    ... ... re-branding, particularly in the charity sector where restricted budgets limit reliance on ... the effectiveness of re-branding; the acquisition ofnew knowledge, (new straplines, messages and ... (1999), “Case study of the CGU merger”, PeopleManagement, 2 September.Cohen, J ... ...
    • No. 28-6, November 1965
    • The Modern Law Review
    ... ... which would result in the acquisition by an enterprise of monopoly power ... over exceeds f5,000,000,8 then the merger in question may be referred to the ... Memorial Trust is not a charity, because the purpose to which the ... ...
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Law Firm Commentaries
  • Law Commission Opens Consultation On Technical Issues In Charity Law
    • Mondaq UK
    ... ... of the proceeds of fundraising appeals; the regulation of the acquisition, disposal and mortgage of land by charities; the remuneration of a trustee ... ; the transfer of assets and liabilities on incorporation and merger, and gifts made by will to charities that have merged; the availability of ... ...
  • BWB Impact: Restructuring In The Social
    • Mondaq UK
    ...Merger and mutualisation can help to maximise mission ... Whether in the social sector (as a charity or social enterprise), or in the public sector, ... the true merger of equals; an acquisition of assets and operations of one by another; and ... ...
  • Charities - A Briefing For Charitable Organisations, September 2009
    • Mondaq United Kingdom
    ...A SURVIVAL GUIDE FOR THE DOWNTURN - THE CHARITY ... COMMISSION'S BIG BOARD TALK ... The Charity ... working or a merger is in their best interests. For some of you ... allows the construction or acquisition of a ... building intended to be used 'solely' ... ...
  • Charities: New Beginnings - Summer 2013
    • Mondaq United Kingdom
    ... ... article about recognising when a charity is trading. This is an important area as it has ... rationalisation, growth organically or by merger or acquisition, academy conversion or joining a ... ...
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