Not sure if the question is structured correctly but here it goes.
I currently own 100% of an LLC in the UK and am exploring the possibility of turning it into an IT outsourcing company that will employ workers in Argentina. So, I will create a subsidiary in Argentina and with this structure, 100% of my invoices will be created in the UK and no money will actually be made in my subsidiary. This means that I will need to send money to the subsidiary to pay for the infrastructure and the salaries of the workers on a monthly basis. Does this qualify as a constant transfer price? In this company/business structure, is this a normal practice and not something that the HMRC will frown upon and want to slap me with fines?
I guess the main gist is: I will be invoicing here in the UK, paying corporate taxes here in the UK and then sending money to Argentina for the subsidiary expenses. Constantly. Am I stepping on any taxing/regulatory toes?