n Without Prejudice - The new South African headquarter regime doesn't quite cut it : company law
|Article Title||The new South African headquarter regime doesn't quite cut it : company law|
|© Publisher:||JetBlue Publishers (Pty) Ltd|
|Author||Michael Honiball and Ryan Killoran|
|Publication Date||Feb 2011|
|Pages||29 - 32|
|Keyword(s)||University of Johannesburg and Webber Wentzel|
Internationally there are many jurisdictions, such as Austria, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Switzerland and Singapore which are popular for purposes of establishing holding and headquarter companies for multinational groups. Closer to home Mauritius has established itself as a favourable jurisdiction for these purposes, especially for investments into African countries. Up to now, the South African tax and exchange control system has prevented South Africa from being suitable for this purpose.
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