Grunberg & Co offer online help to businesses looking to access UK market

Top 100 accountancy firm, Grunberg & Co, is offering international businesses the chance to learn more about entering the UK market through a useful online resource.

The London firm’s Guide to Doing Business in the UK has already been downloaded hundreds of times by companies from around the world, but it feels that many more overseas enterprises could benefit from its informative advice.

Prepared by Grunberg & Co’s experienced team, the short comprehensive guide covers a range of topics including the various forms of taxation in the UK, how to set up and register a company and report accounts annually.

Designed to be easy to understand, the guide can be downloaded and easily shared by those looking to set up a company or subsidiary in the UK, including those looking to take advantage of the new opportunities offered by Brexit.

Robert Bean, Managing Partner at Grunberg & Co, said: “Despite Brexit, there are still hundreds of fantastic opportunities in the UK and our guide is the perfect introduction to those looking to invest or set up a business in the country.

“The UK has a fairly generous tax regime and setting up a company remains straightforward, but many overseas entrepreneurs and businesses could definitely benefit from professional advice, which will make the process of setting up in Britain easier and more lucrative.”

Grunberg & Co is in a unique position to offer international accounting and tax advice thanks to its ownership of subsidiary Reanda UK – the country’s exclusive member of the wider Reanda International network, which has member firms in more than 30 countries around the world.

“Our position within the Reanda network allows us to access expertise in jurisdictions across Europe, Asia and Australasia, which has already proved extremely beneficial to a number of clients that we work with,” added Robert.

To download Grunberg & Co’s Guide to Doing Business in the UK, please click here.

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