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International Corporate Tax

Responding to an increasingly restrictive corporate regime, the implantation of an international corporate structure to do business overseas must be taken into account.

Setting an overseas jurisdiction requires many decisions:

  • Should an entity be a branch, agency or subsidiary
  • How should the entity be financed
  • How the profits would be best repatriated
  • Taxation of interest, dividends and other finance cost
  • The taxation of currency exposure

Decisions on all these issues, plus consideration of management and control should be taken into account prior to setting up entities in the UK or internationally.

Our team has the knowledge and experience to advise our clients on the benefits of structures such as international holding companies through to structuring overseas group financing arrangements. Whether it is setting up cross border intellectual property structures or transfer pricing strategies through to assisting large international groups to minimise their tax liabilities, we can assist you.

We offer extensive technical service across a range of business and legal issues including, share capital restructuring and rights, support for public market listings, regulatory compliance obligations and drafting of legal documentation.