The practice of creating an independent foreign company dedicated to financing and securities transactions is extensively used in tax planning. The correct choice of jurisdiction of incorporation for a financial company allows effectively replenishing working capital with loans sourced from credit organizations and shareholders' companies.
Furthermore, the creation of a financial company in a country offering favorable tax treatment makes it possible to reduce the tax burden on fees payable under license agreements in consideration for the use of a trademark, know-how, manufacturing secrets and software.
Arranging the settlement system through a financial company facilitates compliance with the requirements of FX laws and reduction of the tax burden for structural units within the group. The profits of a financial company may be invested into brokerage deposits or transactions in securities.
Lawson&Wang's professionals will be happy to go through the option you select in detail to verify whether it is consistent with tax laws and model several options of the required structure with a description of tax implications within a consulting project.