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The need for tax-efficient structures has magnified with the recent global economic downturn and the increased scrutiny from tax authorities worldwide, says Zoe Kokoni of Eurofast.
Ireland remains one of the most attractive jurisdictions in the world in which to establish a holding company, explain Peter Vale and Sarah Meredith of Grant Thornton.
A stable economy and a mature workforce with a strong work ethic make Malta a preferred location for investors looking for a sustainable alternative for setting up their business, explain André Zarb and John Ellul Sullivan of KPMG. Over the years, Malta has continued developing as a hub for international business thanks to its infrastructure.
In a changing environment, Switzerland is for once no exemption as it is undergoing an important reform of its corporate tax law. Stefan Kuhn and Sébastien Maury of KPMG believe that the upcoming changes will be positive for Switzerland and explain why their country will remain highly attractive for investors and multinationals, not least as an ideal holding location.