The UK’s decision to leave the EU has left US businesses operating in Europe wondering what’s next. To help you make well-informed decisions about your global operations as Brexit negotiations unfold, we’ve prepared a checklist of actions to take related to HR, legal considerations, taxes and more.
Today, Latin American economies face a host of complex issues. Hiring the employees with the skill sets you need, retaining them, and even protecting employee data is critical to delivering sustainable growth in international markets.
Recent economic data shows that the Japanese economy has grown at a better than expected rate. A changing economic climate coupled with incentives and subsidies for investment have made Japan an inviting location for international expansion.
Mergers and acquisitions are on the rise, and as your organization expands internationally the complexity of your HR obligations will increase dramatically.
Increasingly businesses are expanding their international presence to the United Kingdom to increase revenue and win new customers. Companies doing business in the UK will need to be acquainted with UK pension auto enrolment regulations which require employers to automatically enroll employees in a pension to which both the employee and employer contribute.
Today’s global market opportunities require a new focus on aligning the financial operations of your business and the human resources considerations necessary to achieve your international business objectives.
Increasingly Australia has become a fusion of Asia and the Western Hemisphere. Australia’s proximity to key Asia-Pacific commerce hubs like Shanghai, Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Singapore, along with a local employee population where many speak Chinese, Japanese, and Indonesian, make Australia an attractive location for international expansion.
Whether you are expanding overseas for the first time or already have international operations ensuring your company has the proper entity structure is critical. If you are planning your initial expansion where do you start? For those companies that are already overseas, have you outgrown your current international entity structure, and if so what should you do?
Staying on top of anti-corruption and financial statement due diligence is imperative to a successful M&A deal in today’s complex global environment.
M&A activity has reached record levels in recent years, with buyers spending trillions of dollars annually. Despite the frenzy, however, serious risks remain, especially when participating in an international transaction. Some experts put the failure rate of mergers and acquisitions between 70 and 90 percent, so due diligence remains essential.