Investing in South America


South America is on the investment agenda again after a turbulent financial decade.

During the past 10 years South America tax systems have become more sophisticated, less territorial, and more OECD influenced.

Traditionally investors into South America used to rely on traditional Swiss Bank Secrecy, but this attitude is changing fast, as a result, non “black-listed” countries such as those in Europe, the USA and Canada are now being used as Gateways to South America.

When investing in the main South American countries serious consideration has to be given to CFC Rules, Black Lists, Transfer Policy and Inter Capitalisation rules and Double Taxation.

This section of our website offers a Country by Country synopsis and some inward investment structures that offer tax reduction and Double Taxation avoidance qualities.

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