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The International Business Structuring Association (IBSA) is the worldwide community for practitioners dealing with international business structuring and regulatory compliance. The association enables international business advisors to access and exchange knowledge, develop professional relationships and discover new business opportunities.

Members of the IBSA are drawn from a wide range of practice, providing advice and services to businesses with footprints in multiple jurisdictions. Members have access to a range of events and resources including Conferences, Webinars, the Knowledge bank and activity programmes led by local Branches in their country.

By becoming a member of the IBSA, you will have access to industry thought leaders around the world and opportunities develop long lasting business relationships. The IBSA is a not for profit association formed for the benefit of its members around the world. Follow us on Twitter @TheIBSA

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  • The Business of an International Family Office

    by Dmitry Zapol

    A family office is often found in the list of affluent lifestyle’s attributes together with a yacht, a jet and a Swiss boarding school tie. Yet on closer inspection, out of these and similar objets du désir a family office serves a much greater practical purpose — that of nurturing and augmenting wealth and putting it under control of dedicated professionals. At the IBSA’s last discussion group hosted by Close Brothers on 24th May 2016, four distinguished speakers offered their practical views on the nature of family offices and their effective application.


    by Jay Scheidlinger, Ying Chen

    The US taxation authority, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), has issued proposed regulations (under Section 2801 of the US tax code) which impose a tax on US residents and citizens receiving gifts and bequests from former US citizens and long-term residents who have expatriated.


    by James Bramsdon

    Since its launch in 2000, Research & Development (R&D) tax relief has been one of the government’s key initiatives for stimulating greater spending by companies on the creation and improvement of products and services, to promote innovation and help grow the UK’s knowledge-based economy.

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