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The International Business Structuring Association (IBSA) is the worldwide community for practitioners dealing with international business structuring and regulatory compliance. The association enables international business advisors to access and exchange knowledge, develop professional relationships and discover new business opportunities.

Members of the IBSA are drawn from a wide range of practice, providing advice and services to businesses with footprints in multiple jurisdictions. Members have access to a range of events and resources including Conferences, Webinars, the Knowledge bank and activity programmes led by local Branches in their country.

By becoming a member of the IBSA, you will have access to industry thought leaders around the world and opportunities develop long lasting business relationships. The IBSA is a not for profit association formed for the benefit of its members around the world. Follow us on Twitter @TheIBSA

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  • Paradise Lost

    by Derren Joseph, James Kallman

    To many people, sun-kissed beaches lapped by the clear blue waters of the Caribbean form a vision of paradise. Yet for the rich and famous they are more than just a playground, as many of these small islands also provide a safe haven for their riches. The area is susceptible to violent storms, however, although the latest threat comes not from the swirling winds of the Atlantic but rather from international indignation following the release of the Paradise Papers.

  • Dutch government-elect releases its coalition agreement

    by Jos Hellebrekers

    On 10 October, 2017, the Dutch coalition of political parties that will form the new government released their agreement on the most important measures to be taken during their term in government. In this letter we summarize those measures that are most important to the international tax practice.

  • Tax Residence in the sun!

    by Roy Saunders

    At a recent IBSA conference, advisers from Spain, Portugal, Italy, Cyprus, Switzerland and Dubai were vying with each other to demonstrate how their countries were offering better tax incentives than the UK’s non-domicile legislation - plus sunshine, or in the case of Switzerland, glistening ski slopes.

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