Mix and Match – The Advantages of Combining Jurisdictions in Corporate Groups
International investors and multinational groups are increasingly adopting multi-jurisdictional solutions to their tax, corporate, financing and public listing requirements.
One example of this trend is multinational groups choosing the London Stock Exchange for their primary listing, while using a holding company that may be incorporated outside the EU, but tax resident within the EU.
This article looks at the advantages of using a Cayman Islands incorporated, Irish tax resident company. This structure can be particularly useful for group holding companies, whether the ultimate parent company or an intermediate holding company, and for specific industry sectors such as aircraft leasing.