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Corporate International Tax Advisory

Working with trusted global tax experts who know your operating model, business objectives and risk thresholds provides certainty in today’s challenging environment. It also provides opportunities for tax efficiencies. 
 
Vistra’s Global International Tax Advisory team brings together seasoned professionals who understand the evolving and inter-related domestic and international tax requirements across multiple jurisdictions around the globe. Many of our advisors have significant senior leadership ‘Big Four’ experience and they’re based strategically across Europe, the Americas and Asia Pacific, so they can support you regardless of your countries of operation. 
 
The Global International Tax Advisory team supports business across the entirety of their corporate and product lifecycle – from the growth and international expansion phase, through to maturity or post-deal tax efficient ‘clean-up’ or rationalisation. We serve a wide range of clients, from small and middle market entities, to large multinational groups, providing them with user-friendly, tax-effective solutions that lower their risks and maximise their opportunities.
 
In short, Vistra works to ensure that our clients remain fully compliant with the tax laws of all their countries of operation, while also taking advantage of the full range of tax benefits available. 
 
Our practical advisory areas includes:

  • Multi-jurisdiction Corporate Income Tax matters
  • Tax efficient structuring & financing 
  • Permanent Establishment planning
  • Treaty interpretation & withholding taxes
  • Transfer Pricing & CbCR
  • Tax efficiency reviews
  • Direct tax examinations & audits
  • Tax country reports & comparative analysis
  • Tax efficient restructuring and wind-downs

 
 

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