We work with UK organisations expanding overseas, as well as companies wishing to do business here. Our clients range from fast-growing scale-ups, to multinational groups, and international NGOs to private individuals.
Whether you require assistance setting up overseas subsidiaries or branches, dealing with personnel relocations as part of your international growth strategy, assessing withholding tax, or applying transfer pricing rules, measuring the impact of development work or purchasing a property overseas, we offer clear and reliable advice through our seamless global service.
One contact offering global reach
Our international service delivered by our UK-based territory experts connects our clients to their chosen markets and where recommended, to our multidisciplinary network of professional accountants, tax advisors and lawyers within MSI Global Alliance.
MSI Global Alliance (MSI) is the seventh largest alliance of independent accounting and legal firms in the world and was co-founded by haysmacintyre in 1990. We established MSI to support our clients’ existing international business operations, global growth plans and personal interests overseas.
The Alliance now features over 250 independent member firms in more than 100 countries throughout the Americas, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa regions. Our membership of MSI enables haysmacintyre to recommend reliable, local expertise – people we know – wherever in the world our clients are involved in doing business or reside.
MSI member firms are among the most respected, English-speaking, full service professional services firms in their local marketplaces. They share our aim to provide partner-led, personal, value for money solutions to the cross-border challenges faced by our clients.
We offer our clients the choice of dealing with MSI member firms direct, or liaising with member firms through their usual haysmacintyre contact. In either scenario, we are involved in understanding the international aspects of the advice, enabling us to comment on the most advantageous global perspective for our clients. For further information on MSI Global Alliance, please visit www.msiglobal.org.
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Group expansion, with the complexities of international tax and accounting rules, is always a concern due to the need to ensure all areas are covered and up to date with ever changing rules. Working with haysmacintyre internationally via their global alliance MSI, has meant that we have been able to source all our advice centrally without having to search for local advisers. In addition to this, being a UK group and having haysmacintyre control this, ensures we are covered from a UK perspective as well.
Perry Scanlon, Group Finance Director
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