Inward Investment is a key part of the UK economy. In 2012, the UK Trade and Industry reported that inward investment created or secured 112,000 jobs in 2011/12 - a rise of 19% on the preceding year.
With this trend set to continue, there will an even greater demand from overseas businesses looking for specialist financial and business practitioners.
Richard Churchill, a partner at accountancy firm Shelley Stock Hutter, offers a guide on the options available when setting up in the UK.
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- Setting up a branch
- What you need to do to set up a branch
- Going the subsidiary route
- What you need to do to set up a subsidiary
- Other factors to consider