Due diligence remains an essential exercise during or prior to any potential transaction. Not only does it provide a clearer picture of how a target company operates, but it also determines the commerciality of the potential transaction, as well as providing points for negotiation between the parties. There are a wide range of areas to be considered by parties – this article highlights the more common and significant areas to be considered by potential purchasers and sellers in due diligence.
The Importance of Tax Planning – the need to pay attention to Inheritance Tax (40%) before moving to the UK
As a well‐recognised international financial centre, Hong Kong is set to become the largest hub for family offices by 2025
It is imperative to pay attention to the 40% estate tax before moving to the UK – and also to look at many different pre-migration options
Asian Private Banker | Emigrating Hong Kong HNWIs often oblivious of the need for proper tax planning
Hong Kong HNW families considering emigration are advised to spend sufficient time on tax planning to avoid unpleasant surprises in their adopted countries.
For individuals owning assets in multiple jurisdictions, a holistic approach and suitable advice is crucial for international Estate Planning
Matt Braithwaite and Julia Jackson from Wedlake Bell get together with our Alfred Ip again to give an update on the BN(O) passport immigration route from Hong Kong to the…
Hong Kong offers one of the lowest and friendly tax regimes for its citizens and residents, learn more in this Q&A
Hong Kong citizens considering moving to the UK will evidently have many considerations to weigh up, and one of these is likely to be the application of tax.
Why Hong Kong is a great place to set up biotech business projects and some specific aspects for companies, while keeping an eye on important considerations