15th July 2015
MGI Europe's Studio Pragma has outlined its aims for building closer international relations as it shares the latest edition of ICE's comprehensive investment guide for Italy
The purpose of the guide is to give to the foreign investors a short but complete and immediate overview of the most important aspects of investing in Italy, analysing the main forms and company's structures which could be used, the management and employees aspects, explains Alessandro Bernabucci, Studio Pragma¹s new international contact.
It also details Italian taxation rules and at the end there is a brief summary of the financial and tax incentives in Italy, which could be important depending on the activities of investors.
The firm, whose own Francesco Bartolucci is Chairman of the Coordinating Committee for MGI In Europe, is always continuously investing in building international relationships, whether it is with MGI members or external partners.
Alessandro is particularly keen to help businesses working with MGI members in other countries to invest in Italy.
We could help any clients of our MGI fellow members who are interested in investing in Italy in providing qualified services to foreign clients, he adds.
The report itself is an annual publication from Italy's trade agency. It details a range of aspects, but with a particular emphasis on taxation rules.
Alessandro adds: "The report could be shared with the other MGI colleagues, who can use it in order to provide their clients with a first set of answers related to the most important aspects of investing in Italy."
To download the full report, click on the links above of click here.
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