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Posted on 17th July 2018

Offshore holding structures are common place for companies operating in more than one jurisdiction and allows them to optimise global tax arrangements. Recent changes in UK tax laws make the use of UK companies as holding companies a worthwhile consideration.

Edwin Coe LLP, our UK fellow member firm of the legal network Ally Law, says:

                “Until quite recently, the UK was not always a good choice for the Holdco location due to potentially high UK tax charges on inbound dividends and on capital gains. However, in recent years, the UK has addressed certain negative aspects in its tax legislation in these areas and is now frequently seen as a good choice for a jurisdiction in which to establish the Holdco.”

For more about using a UK company in a tax efficient and commercially beneficial way see:

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