BritCham EU & Belgium’s latest webinar will advise British businesses and professionals on establishing a legal entity in Belgium, with guidance on the decision to set-up a non-profit, branch, subsidiary, or an office for EU advocacy in Belgium. They will also outline the differences between the legal and tax landscape in Belgium compared to the UK, as well as any incentives available when setting up.
What type of legal entity you should set-up in Belgium:
In this breakout session a notary will advise you on what type of legal entity to set up in Belgium and what advantages or limitations come with each of the following legal structures:
- Branch vs Subsidiary
- ASBL/VZW (non-profit organization)
- An office/ or presence for EU advocacy
Differences in the legal and tax landscape for companies in the UK compared to Belgium: Experts will outline the key differences in the legal and tax landscape for companies in the UK vs in Belgium. This session will cover corporate tax compliance and legal compliance in Belgium.
Incentives to establish a legal entity in Belgium: Belgium’s 3 regional trade and investment agencies will outline what incentives you can benefit from when establishing a legal entity in Belgium, including regional grants and subsidies.
Q&A: All participants are encouraged to engage in an interactive Q&A session, where you can directly ask questions to experts.
Who should attend?
Are you considering establishing a legal entity in Belgium? If you’re still getting to grips with the new trading relationship between the UK and EU and seeking advice on what type of legal entity is most suitable for you, register now for this free workshop.
Whether you’re looking to establish a branch, subsidiary, non-profit organization or a presence in Belgium for EU advocacy purposes, this workshop will outline the advantages and limitations of each legal structure, what incentives are available and how to be legally and tax compliant in Belgium.
To register for this webinar, please contact Catherynn Dunstan at firstname.lastname@example.org.© Cumbria Chamber of Commerce