Team consultancy with international professional network partners
We also support Italian entrepreneurs seeking to develop their business abroad through internationalisation processes, opening commercial channels or joint ventures (contractual or corporate) with foreign partners.
The firm uses the collaboration of a consolidated network of international professional partners of the highest level, present in the major European and non-European markets, thus being able to provide the client with a safe and reliable point of reference also in the management of contractual, corporate and financial instruments in foreign legislation.
Particular attention is paid to the examination and study of the interactions between the various tax systems and existing treaties against double taxation and the use of holding companies as a “gateway” to access specific markets in full compliance with the regulations of the countries concerned.
We assist our clients in complex international issues including, for example, those relating to the analysis of transfer pricing in transactional intragroup relations, the setting up of permanent establishments or subsidiaries or the opening of foreign VAT offices.
financial statements in turn consist of the balance sheet and income statement or profit & loss account, as well as the related documents or explanatory note. It can be drawn up according to national accounting standards (ITA GAAP), issued by the Italian Accounting Body (OIC) or according to international accounting standards (IAS/IFRS), issued by the IASB (International Accounting Standards Board).
financial company that holds the majority of shares or stakes in a group of subsidiaries or associated companies, providing or not services (administrative, financial, managerial, organisational, etc.) in favour of the companies of the group itself.
International Tax planning:
set of practices aimed at optimising the tax burden of a company, of a corporate group or of an individual in the context of transnational transactions (for example corporate groups operating on international markets, but also in transfers of residence), always acting within the scope of legality, that is, taking advantage of the opportunities contained in the tax legislation.
procedure to determine the “fair” price in a transaction involving the transfer of ownership of goods or services between entities belonging to the same multinational group.