Business crossing borders

Taking business to a new country is not easy. This may be done as part of an expansion of a successful company, one or two employees may be sent to represent the business abroad. It may be that a new company decides their business is best suited to a foreign market, or a merger may require business to be done across borders, or even oceans.
In an increasingly globalised society business relationships are commonly formed with companies on the other side of the world. All this comes with an unfortunate amount of paperwork. In this briefing our experts discuss the difficulties of setting up abroad and why the UK law is invaluable to international business.

Strategy development for inbound businessesStephen Drew

Informed financial planning difficult for inbound businessStephen Drew

Legal sector in London deals with international disputesDoug Hall

A Cross border merger industry based on English lawGiles Murphy

The ultimate in support to those working abroadInez Anderson


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Stephen Drew

Stephen Drew, Partner - Assurance & Business Services, Smith & Williamson
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Doug Hall

Doug Hall, Partner - Forensic Services, Smith & Williamson
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Giles Murphy

Partner - Head of Professional Practices, Smith & Williamson
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Inez Anderson

Partner - Employment Tax & Incentives, Smith & Williamson

Often the mind-set is understanding their own markets, there can be a bit of an adjustment
Stephen Drew