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Sign up for Dixcart News to get the latest updates on all things that matter and ensure you remain fully up-to-date on topics relating to international business, private wealth and/or the jurisdictions where Dixcart offers expertise.
Topics are hugely varied and range from corporate advice for both private and institutional clients, Double Tax Treaties across various jurisdictions as well as other corporate tax benefits in the jurisdictions where Dixcart has offices, to some of the most attractive residence schemes in the world, and the benefits of relocation. Our articles also provide advice and insight knowledge regarding trusts and foundations and how these beneficial structures can help you manage your assets and private wealth.
Dixcart also assists clients who own, or wish to own a yacht, ship, or aircraft in a number of different jurisdictions, through Dixcart Air Marine. You can find a variety of relevant articles from pre-structuring advice to the establishment and administration the relevant ownership structure(s), to industry news on importing and exporting, custom regimes, and assistance with crewing.
Last but not least, we also produce a range of video blogs featuring Dixcart managers from across the offices.
You can filter your Dixcart News by ‘Service’ to ensure you receive the most relevant information to you. The service list includes; ‘Air Marine’, ‘Corporate’, ‘Dixcart Domiciles’ and ‘Private Client’. Another option is to search by language, for those Articles which have been translated into a language other than English, such as: Chinese, Portuguese, Spanish, and many more.
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