Tax and Customs
Tax and Customs
Freedom to operate
Failure to comply with tax and customs related obligations can seriously hinder a business’ operations. We work closely with our clients and their management team to help them make informed decisions before commencing operations in the region and before, during and after any tax and customs transactions.
We have guidelines and procedures that will help you manage tax and customs disputes from when the alleged infraction transpires to when it is settled and work with you to implement a solid mitigation plan to avoid re-occurrence.
We advise on all aspects of taxation and work with clients to plan tax transactions in order to maximize tax benefits.
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We help our clients build strong working relationships with regulators, policy makers and other stakeholders in compliance with international laws. Get in touch!
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On the 11th of March 2020, the World Health Organization (“WHO”) declared COVID-19 a pandemic. There are unprecedented travel, movement, and large-gathering restrictions, with reports indicating that a quarter of the world’s population is now in quarantine.
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