Before a company decides to establish ‘economic substance’ in any offshore jurisdiction, it is crucial for it to have gained a full understanding of its classification in relation to the substance legislation. Should a company decide to set up substance in the BVI or the Cayman Islands after conducting classification, Vistra is uniquely positioned to assist, whether it be from an advisory or executional perspective.
In the final video of this series, our subject matter experts share their views on how entities can go about evidencing substance, and how we can help you achieve this in the most professional manner.
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