The Guide to Going Global – Corporate has been created based on our research, our experience and feedback we
have received from clients in both established and emerging businesses that have expanded internationally. We
hope it will be a helpful resource for you.

The Guide to Going Global – Corporate covers corporate basics in 48 key jurisdictions across the Americas, Asia
Pacific, Europe and the Middle East. We touch on a wide range of corporate issues for companies expanding
internationally, including establishing a corporate presence and choice of entity, liability considerations, tax
presence and tax filings, capital requirements, the formation process, director, officer and shareholder
requirements, registration processes, office lease processes and possible exit strategies.

With more than 600 lawyers, DLA Piper’s global Corporate group is one of the largest in the world, with one of
the widest geographical footprints of any global law firm and experience across the legal areas companies need as
they expand internationally. With both global experience and local knowledge, we partner with our clients
wherever they do business to find solutions and manage their risk in relation to their challenges and objectives.
While this guide provides high-level guidance, it is not a substitute for legal advice, and we encourage you to seek
advice regarding the specific matters that concern you.

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