Legal entity rationalization is the process of reviewing an unwieldy subsidiary structure to identify and resolve any conflicts and redundancies. Legal entity rationalization produces a legal structure that is easier to manage and more effective international tax structures, resulting in both cost and risk.
This publication provides insight for the ASEAN region and features a Q&A with Global Upside CEO Ragu Bhargava on page 19.
With the advancement of technology and remote working environments, global expansion has become a hot topic. As organizations determine the best path for growth, they often consider using a global Employer of Record (EoR) service. This enables businesses to test new markets and hire international employees without creating local entities themselves.
To ensure a high value, international joint venture was operational on day one, Global Upside established numerous legal entities and transitioned 40+ employees across six countries within in just 60 days.
This year, the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) celebrated the Alumni of Distinction recipients at the a virtual Homecoming Breakfast. UAA alum and Global Upside CEO, Ragu Bhargava, was selected as the keynote speaker. Hear from Ragu as he discusses the importance of philanthropy, staying connected to the university, and giving back to the community.
Many countries require that companies operating in their jurisdiction ensure company law compliance. Essentially, this relates to specific practices that must be followed by a company, after completing the incorporation process, to remain in good standing with local laws.
Laws and regulations may vary from country to country, but most require some form of local representation to be established by a business. In most countries, this local representation is fulfilled by appointing a Resident Director (RD).
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With the challenges presented by the downturn of the global economy, understanding and adapting to the new normal private equity and global M&A has become imperative.
In 2018, a $7.0 billion private equity firm acquired an elite global training provider in an asset purchase. The acquisition was a competitive and complicated process, but Global Upside transformed intricate plans into successful actions.