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Birmingham City University group tax strategy

This document applies to Birmingham City University and all its related, subsidiary entities. A list of the entities to which it applies is attached below. In this strategy, references to the “University” are to Birmingham City University and all those entities so listed.

The purpose of this document is to set out the University’s policy and approach to conducting its tax affairs and dealing with tax risk. There is an expectation from HMRC for organisations to implement a Tax Strategy. This document draws on the University’s current approach to Tax administration and follows best practice in the sector and from advisers. References to ‘tax, ‘taxes’ or ‘taxation’ are to UK taxation and to all corresponding worldwide taxes and similar duties in respect of which the University has legal obligations.

The document was approved by the Chief Finance Officer and is effective for the year ended 31 July 2018. The document will be reviewed annually by the Chief Finance Officer.

You can find our current tax strategy below.

BCU Tax Strategy