Setting up in the UK from the USA
Where do you do business?
The United Kingdom has long been a magnet for investment from the USA. The World Bank rates it as 'the 'easiest place to set up and run a business in the EU'. As a result, more overseas companies base their headquarters in the UK than anywhere else in Europe.
In 2014, the USA led the way as the largest source of investment into the UK from overseas. In total, more than 501 new projects came into the UK from the States. Reasons for this include its low tax rates, stable government and flexible workforce. It also has superb transport links.
The UK is a world leader in innovation and is at the forefront of the global tech industry. Doing business in the UK is a must for many global businesses.
Expanding into the UK
The thought of setting up a business in the UK from the USA may seem daunting.
But, with more than 15 years' experience in helping businesses set up in the UK, we can help with the majority of your to do list.
Initial set up in the UK
Our help with setting up your business in the UK from the USA goes beyond financial matters. Through our network [link] we can help you with:
- UK employment contracts
- Work permits and employment regulations
Financial outsourcing services for international businesses
Once your UK business is up and running we can take care of your day-to-day financial needs so that you can focus on your business. You won't have to worry about the headache of recruiting and managing a finance department as we'll do it all for you.
Our global outsourcing service covers:
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