Global expansion and international services

Investment in Australia

Australia – a stable and attractive investment environment

Australia offers a stable and attractive environment for foreign investors across key growth industries, including energy and natural resources, financial services, as well as other product and service industries.

Kreston Dormers can assist foreign clients to navigate the complexities that arise from unfamiliar tax and regulatory regimes and business customs.

Our services include:

  • market strategy development and implementation;
  • transaction negotiations;
  • commercial and financial due diligence;
  • corporate structuring advice; and
  • a broad range of audit, tax and advisory services.

Services for international companies setting up operations in Australia

International organisations can focus on their business in Australia by minimising administrative overheads

Doing business in another country can be daunting. Compliance with local employment, taxation and corporate law requirements is a crucial part of successfully operating any business and you need to know that these are well managed.

Kreston Dormers assists foreign companies to establish and develop operations in Australia by:

  • providing secretarial and local director facilities
  • advising on and implementing the appropriate corporate structure
  • providing taxation support and advice
  • providing financial reporting and outsourced accounting services

Australian companies going global

Thinking of going global?

Expanding to capture international markets is exciting, although without the right advisers, can be daunting. Through the Kreston network we have developed relationships with business and legal advisers in 95 countries, including emerging markets in Asia, India and South America.  With their assistance we can help you navigate the complexities of going global quickly and efficiently, allowing you to focus on what’s important, winning business.

If you are thinking of global expansion then we can help you:

  • Develop a plan for international expansion. Regardless of whether you are establishing a new presence, sending a few key employees or a larger operation, Kreston Dormers can help you determine the best business model for your international expansion.
  • Ensure your new foreign presence is compliant with local tax and statutory regulations such as value added taxes, employer registration requirements, corporate tax and statutory registrations.
  • With practical support for the commercial aspects of overseas expansion such as financing, banking, systems and record keeping and advice on customary local employment issues.
  • Connect with a global network of tax and legal specialists experienced in providing practical and commercial assistance to businesses looking to expand into new territories.

Vietnam – an emerging market in South East Asia

As an emerging market Vietnam offers many opportunities to savvy entrepreneurs and investors wishing to expand into South East Asia.

Our office in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam was established in 2008.  Kreston Dormers is a well-established part of the Vietnamese business community.  Our team advises clients on all aspects of investing and doing business in Vietnam, including: real estate; construction; banking and finance; corporate; foreign investment; mergers and acquisitions; employment and tax.

We employ a number of experienced foreign and Vietnamese advisers who assist in advising on matters of international and Vietnamese finance and law. As a result, we offer a ‘one-stop shop’ in Vietnam on all business matters.

International taxation & trading relations

For many business owners, Australia’s export push into world markets, especially South East Asia provides significant business growth opportunities. However global and local taxation and financial implications need to be considered to be successful in cross border transactions.

Kreston Dormers have the specialist skills and industry knowledge to help you manage your tax requirements and to uncover opportunities, manage global tax risks, meet cross-border reporting obligations and deal with transfer pricing issues.

For more information please contact:

Tony Dormer
Phone: +61 2 9874 8038

News and Updates

NSW 2017-2018 State Budget – What it means for your business

On June 20, 2017 the NSW Government handed down its 2017-18 Budget. The NSW Budget sets out how the Government raises revenue, where the money is spent, and what the Government thinks will happen to the NSW Economy. The NSW Business Chamber Policy and Advocacy team were in the budget lock up to undertake an analysis of what the budget will mean for business and how the changes will impact our members. Set out below are the key budget measures and the overall financial position of NSW. 1 — Budget… Read More »

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