The AMIT regime was established by the Australian Government to provide a qualifying managed investment trust with an exclusive set of tax rules that replaces the existing tax rules. It provides funds with improved flexibility and unitholders greater certainty in relation to their tax treatments.
A managed investment trust that is eligible and elects to adopt the AMIT regime becomes an AMIT.
For more information visit the Australian Taxation Office’s website.
The table below summarises the eligibility of Daintree Capital’s funds to adopt the AMIT regime and the decision exercised by Daintree Capital on whether to adopt the AMIT regime for those funds which are eligible.
|Trust Name||APIR code||AMIT Eligibility||Meets AMIT criteria|
|Daintree Core Income Trust||WPC1963AU||Eligible||Yes|
|Daintree High Income Trust||WPC1583AU||Eligible||Yes|
|Daintree Hybrid Opportunities Fund (Managed Fund)||WPC2054AU||Eligible||Yes|
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