For over 70 years, Blick Rothenberg has been helping overseas companies establish and run their businesses in the UK.
We offer a comprehensive service from early stage set-up to large-scale expansion. Our advice in supporting your needs covers a wide range of areas including correct tax efficient structures; choice of entity, tax issues impacting employees seconded to the UK, transfer pricing; acquisitions and year-end requirements such as audit, accounts and tax filing.
Blick Rothenberg has associates in over 80 countries through our BKR International affiliation, enabling us to coordinate an international service to companies looking to use the UK as a launch pad for further expansion.
Download our establishing a business in the UK guide for information on tax, accounting and commercial issues that businesses need to consider when expanding into the UK.
The guide covers:
- Registering an establishment or subsidiary
- Research and development tax incentives
- UK Patent Box and other innovation incentives
- VAT – including Making Tax Digital, which will be introduced for VAT from 1 April 2019
Is the UK still open for business?
Over the last year the UK continued to drive significant foreign direct investment. Brexit is, however, creating increasing uncertainty over the UK's future role in the global economy.
In our latest video, Blick Rothenberg partner, James Dolan, discusses whether the UK is still open for business and the UK inward investment outlook. James is joined by Mark Barron, partner at Taylor Wessing, and Jules Chappell OBE, managing director at London & Partners.
The links below will take you to key topics mentioned during the video:
For more information, please contact James Dolan.
For more information on the impact of Brexit, and how it may affect international businesses, please visit our Brexit page.