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Foreign Direct Investment Consulting
Assistance at every phase of an FDI initiative
For U.S. companies looking to expand internationally or global companies ready to explore opportunities in the United States, the challenges are remarkably similar, and range from unfamiliar business and social cultures, to new tax and regulatory systems, to local industry dynamics.
RSM provides informed guidance on global trade topics during every phase of an FDI project. Our U.S.-based professionals have the international experience, foreign language skills and deep knowledge of technical accounting and tax matters to help you successfully implement your strategy and vision regarding:
- Market entry through greenfield start-ups, mergers, acquisitions or joint ventures
- Expansion through organic growth and acquisitions
- Optimization and exit strategies, such as divestitures and carve-outs
Most Recent FDI Insights
Companies doing business in, or through India, should evaluate the impact proposed in the India’s 2021 budget released Feb. 1.
Reduction of participation exemption for dividends and capital gains earned by Spanish entities increases corporate tax rates by 1.25%.
Information on the instant asset write-off and tax loss carryback measures in Australia with potential tax savings for clients.
Mexico released tax changes for 2021. Some new rules may have significant impact on U.S. companies doing business in Mexico.
A look at the impact of Brexit on tax treaties and on the operation of tax law internationally in the new year.
China has dominated global supply chains, but with rising labor costs, a U.S.-China trade war and the COVID-19 outbreak, this may change.
The U.S. State Department informed Hong Kong authorities that the shipping agreement between the countries has been suspended or terminated.
Global mobility requires cross-border tax planning with a global perspective, assignment planning and payroll reporting obligations.
RSM creates a holistic solution to solve the multifaceted complex business issues a company faces when it considers global expansion.
Finalized section 385 debt-equity regulations proposed in 2016, government still plans to issue some less harsh rules in the future.