Within the stocks and shares component, you can hold investments such as individual stocks and shares, investment products such as authorised unit trusts, open-ended investment companies (OEICs), investment trusts and life insurance products as well as gilts and corporate bonds.
What does AUT stand for?
AUT stands for Authorised Unit Trust (UK)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 38 other meanings of AUT in our Acronym Attic
- Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran, Iran)
- Anhui University of Technology (China)
- Antenna Under Test
- Application Under Test
- Architektur und Tirol (German: Achitecture and Tyrol; Tyrol, Austria)
- Association des Usagers des Transports (French: Transport Users Association)
- Association of University Teachers
- Auckland University of Technology
- Automated Ultrasonic Test
- Automorphism (mathematics)
- Automotive Technology
- Autorisation d'Usage à des Fins Thérapeutiques (French: Authorization of Use for Therapeutic Purposes; World Anti-Doping Agency)
- Autoroute (Canada Post road designation)
- Auxiliary Aircraft Landing Training Ship
- Australian Trustees Association (Queensland, Australia)
- Automatic Text Annotation System
Samples in periodicals archive:
There are various types of qualifying investments, including shares and securities listed on the UK stock exchange or on recognised foreign stock exchanges, authorised unit trust shares, shares in a UK OEIC and an interest in land or buildings.
Stuart Skeffington, tax and trusts expert at law firm Withers, said that while the expected new rule denying the capital gains tax benefits of a UK authorised unit trust or OEIC for investors holding over 10 per cent had not materialised, there was still cause for concern.
Stuart Skeffington, tax and trusts expert at law firm Withers, said that while the expected new rule denying the capital gains tax benefits of a UK authorised unit trust or OEIC for investors holding over 10% had not materialised, there was still cause for concern.