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A Guide To Establishing Management Control For An Offshore Company

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

A new guide on how to establish the central management and control of an offshore company is now available at the article resource library at  An offshore company will need to be able to show that the management and control of their offshore company is overseas which is crucial in ensuring that the company is non resident (and therefore exempt from UK tax on overseas income and capital gains). This can more difficult than it appears. HMRevenueCustoms / the Commissioners will look at where in actual fact the company is controlled from. One question that many people setting up offshore companies will need to know is what level of control do they mean? There are 3 levels of control but generally you will need to focus on level 3. For anyone looking to establish control as overseas, what is in your favour is that whilst level 2 management may be relatively difficult to transfer overseas, level 3 is much less so as the board does not have to be tied to the operational base.  To read the article in full visit Offshore Company - establishing the central management and control overseas.

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