Our Directors attended The 6th Annual Sheltons Holding Companies Conference fon 05 and 06 July 2006.
They were delighted meeting with clients and associates during their stay in Copenhagen.
In case you wish to schedule a meeting with us, please Contact us.
Details on Shelton's Conference:
Sheltons International Tax Training Institute (Sheltons - SITTI) is highly regarded for its international taxation events – conferences, open courses and in-house courses. Although they are based in Copenhagen, Denmark, their events are designed for international audiences and are held in ten locations throughout the world, including Monte Carlo, Zurich, Sydney, London and others.
This was a unique holding companies conference, where professionals were able to meet some of the most highly regarded tax practitioners from the most important holding jurisdictions as well as the major trading nations.
There were present:
David Chong of Chong & Co, Singapore, talks on Singapore and Malaysia
Arvid Skaar of Wiersholm Mellbye & Bech talks on Norway as a holding jurisdiction
Carlo Galli of Studio Mailto e Associati talks on whether Italian-based companies can use international holding companies when investing in foreign subsidiaries
Howard Liebman of Jones Day talks on using international holding companies to invest into – and from - the US
Among other speakers
The Conference covered subjects such as:
Presentation of table format overview of 20 jurisdictions
Using the holding jurisdictions for investment to & from France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, the UK, the US and the Netherlands
Outward investment - can companies based in the home jurisdiction benefit from the use of international holding companies to hold foreign subsidiaries?
Inward investment - can foreign investors holding subsidiaries in the home jurisdiction benefit from the use of international holding companies?
Restructuring - key points concerning transfer of ownership of home jurisdiction companies;
Summary covering Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Gibraltar, Hungary, Ireland, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Norway, Portugal (Madeira), Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland, UK.
Developing a holding structure, selecting from Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Netherlands, Singapore, Spain, and UK.