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Corporate clients

Corporate clients are the most common form of business organization, from small to medium sized enterprises, owner managed business to entrepreneurs. There is some vital information you should know whether you are trying to maximize profits and reduce costs effectively, like: - The proper business structure for maximum financial efficiency- The advantages of a use of offshore and onshore structures- The protection of the business- The opportunity of using virtual offices to reduce cost We can provide you advisory to analyze and apply the solution for all of these kinds of issues. We will work with you to ensure that your business is well structured and supported in a way that enables it to grow, freeing you to focus on what you do best. Multi-National Corporations (MNC) or multinational enterprise (MNE) A MNCs or ... Read More »

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It has become almost impossible for today's businesses to remain in complete privacy, free from excessive taxation and not vulnerable to lawsuits. Placing your assets offshore, you can protect yourself from illegitimate creditors. We assist our private and corporate clients among others in the following areas:                -          International banking                -          International trading structures                -          International payroll solutions                -          International investment structures                -          Property ownership structures                -          Personal service companies                -          E-commerce and e-gambling solutions                -          International healthcare                -          International personal pensions                -          Trust and trustee services                -          Foundations                -          Double tax mitigation                -          Estate planning                -          Virtual office services                -          Yacht&aircraft ownership structures Our main goal is to focus on the individual needs of our customers and to exceed expectation in terms of services provided. We understand our ustomers needs and address them individually, whether they are individuals or companies. We ... Read More »

Swiss Inheritance Tax Deal with France Challenged In Switzerland

The economy commission of the Swiss National Council has rejected the new draft Double Tax Convention (DTC) between France and Switzerland. This new DTC between France and Switzerland which revise the applicable inheritance tax regime has been negotiated but not yet signed. The new treaty provides a punitive tax treatment of companies operating in non-cooperative jurisdictions to companies operating in low-tax jurisdiction and has been criticized mainly for bringing advantage only to France and none to Switzerland. According to the new changes in the law, a French resident taxpayer controlling directly or indirectly at least 50% of a offshore company based in a low-tax jurisdiction is now required to prove that the foreign company is carrying on honest business activities abroad, and that the business structure has "main ... Read More »

Mauritius Signs DTA with Nigeria

Mauritius Signs DTA with Nigeria On 10 August 2012, the Republic of Mauritius and Nigeria have just signed a new treaty for the avoidance of double taxation.The new Double Tax Agreement (DTAA) between Mauritius and Nigeria comes as part of Mauritius's wider strategy to develop a large treaty network across Africa up to 17 countries (out of which 13 have been ratified) in order to promote Mauritius as the ideal offshore location to channel direct investments into Africa. Mauritius is also expected to sign an Investment Promotion Protection Agreement with Nigeria in the near future. According to the World Bank/ IFC Doing Business Report 2012, Mauritius has been ranked as being the leading country for doing business in Africa. Also Mauritian Finance Minister Xavier-Luc Duval has also recalled ... Read More »

Ireland is expanding its network of double tax treaties

Ireland is expanding its network of double tax treatiesEven if Ireland is not officially an offshore jurisdiction and the term of offshore company is not found in Irish legislation describing company forms, Ireland is renewed as one of the best countries in the world in which to incorporate a company. One of the most compelling reasons for this is the extensive list of tax treaties that Ireland has in place.Till now Ireland has signed comprehensive double taxation agreements with almost 68 countries, of which 64 are already in effect. The agreements cover direct taxes, which in the case of Ireland are income tax, corporation tax and capital gains tax.During the last period of time Ireland is underway to negotiate new agreements and to update the existing ... Read More »