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International Expansion
Ready to start expanding your business?

Whether you’ve already expanded internationally or are just starting to look at growing overseas, we can help manage the complexity and administration that comes with global expansion - so you can focus on driving your business forward.

We’ll help you get up and running in record time while making sure your business meets all local regulations, and take responsibility for hiring, paying and managing your workforce, ensuring you meet your tax and reporting obligations at the same time.

We do this through our advanced technology and experienced Vistra local advisors - saving you time, money and effort in pursuing your international goals. 

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Solutions for your growth

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Global advisory
Navigate the complexities of international operations with trusted advice and hands-on support of on-the-ground specialists across the globe. We use market-specific knowledge and cutting-edge technology to help you simplify and transact your business.
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Entity formation and support
Get your business up-and-running anywhere in the world with the support of our company formation experts. We’ll help you determine what type of entity to set up in each location so you can protect your organisation’s bottom line.
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International HR
Set up and optimise your global workforce with pragmatic, actionable advice on all stages of the employment lifecycle, from pre-entity planning and recruitment guidance, to the development of employment contracts and policies, and more.
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Tax and accounting
Mitigate the risks associated with your growing business with a full range of tax and accounting services – from transfer pricing and country-by-country reporting, to cash management and annual reporting – specifically tailored to suit your needs.
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Compliance
Trust our global network of compliance specialists to help set up, structure and manage your statutory, regulatory and legal obligations in each new market, so you can grow your business compliantly and efficiently.
Underpinned by technology

OverseasConnect is our simple-to-use, cloud-based technology solution - designed to support the entirety of your overseas business activities in one platform.

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International expansion resources

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Budgeting for International Expansion
Cross Border Remote Working - Checklist
MobileIron Case Study
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We’ll help set up, structure, and manage your statutory, regulatory, and legal obligations in each new market, so you can focus on your core business.
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Our range of international expansion services:

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Whether you’re thinking about international expansion for the first time or are experienced at maintaining operations in multiple countries, there’s a strong chance you’ll benefit from this comprehensive review of cross-border considerations.
Hiring independent contractors when expanding internationally may seem like a simple, safe and cost-effective solution to testing a new market. But each country has its own laws related to hiring and paying workers, and falling foul of them can lead to serious penalties.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, G20 countries and other nations have for years been attempting to reach a consensus on how to fairly tax the digital economy. Until a consensus is reached, several countries have introduced their own legislation to tax digital goods and services.
Multinationals everywhere have embraced remote work, but the practice comes with risks, particularly if you pay workers across borders. With remote work, your organisation may trigger compliance obligations related to corporate tax, social security, work permits, insurance, data transfers and more. You may also need to revise your compensation and other policies.
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