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Business Start up Help and Advice in a New Country

Starting up in a new country always involves striking the correct balance between cost and risk. Companies may incur losses or face unanticipated costs, if the start up period of a business in a new country is unexpectedly prolonged. Mistakes in the choice of the legal entity could mean serious tax and other liabilities for the parent company, while inadequate employment contracts could expose them to avoidable risks. Another critical concern is stock options, which if not planned, often result in unexpected financial consequences. These issues are independent and need to be considered in unison before decisions are made on how to hire and set up in a new country. We provide business start up help to clients by making them understand the full scope and ramifications of the decisions they make. We provide business startup help with the following:


Subsidiary
 
Branch Registration
 
Representation Office

A Subsidiary is an independent legal entity, which can hold local employees engaged in core functions of the parent company such as sales...

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A Branch allows local-country registration of a foreign company, which can then use the new company to carry our core business ...

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A Representation Office (RO) is also known as a Place of Business (PoB), a Liaison Office or a Bureau De Liaison (BdL). It is an effective...

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Business Registration
 
Centralized Banking
 
Expat Consulting

If a company fails to register with all relevant local regulators, it can incur penalties and interest charges. In some situations, for example ....

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Nair & Co.’s treasury team runs a “virtual bank” that connects into the banking system of Lloyds TSB Bank in the U.K. By centralizing a company’s...

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You may be planning to send an expat to join an existing operation or to establish a new operation overseas. This is a stressful time for the expat...

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Transfer Pricing
   

It is very important for your foreign subsidiary to be remunerated by other group companies on an arm’s length basis. A company needs ...

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