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Jupiter Asset Management urges OECD to leave CIVs out of treaty abuse reform measures

The OECD has published stakeholder responses to its discussion draft on Action Point 6 of the BEPS Action Plan, which deals with treaty abuse. Funds and asset managers are calling for disparate treatment of collective investment vehicles (CIVs), while others are urging the OECD to reconsider its treaty preamble.

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