UNW’s inward investment service consistently enables overseas clients to establish themselves in the UK market. With a wide range of top quality service lines and a wealth of contacts with intermediaries such as lawyers, bankers and inward investment agencies, we work together to ensure the initial stages of setting up business in the UK are as seamless as possible.
UNW’s role stretches across all five of our service lines; corporate finance, taxation, outsourced accounting, audit and strategic talent. This wide range of in-depth service ensures all inward investment matters are dealt with swiftly and decisively.
As well as tax, account preparation, payroll and VAT affairs, UNW also provides the unique service of recruiting for clients. The strategic talent team source senior board members to ensure the right team is in place to successfully transition your business to the UK.
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UNW has recently advised Perfect Image, a long-established and trusted end-to-end IT solutions provider, on a Management Buyout (MBO) that completed in May 2019. Chiltern Capital, a London-based private equity firm, provided financial support.
Samuel Knight International, a global recruitment and project man-power specialist headquartered in Newcastle, was founded by Steve Rawlingson in 2014 with the ambition of shaking up the recruitment industry. Initially tackling an acute skills shortage in the energy and rail sector, it has demonstrated an impressive level of growth since its inception.
Newcastle-based chartered accountancy and business advisory firm UNW has advised Receptive Software Limited on its sale to business software firm, Pendo, which is headquartered in the United States.
Following on from our previous article, HMRC have announced an updated guidance for those who are going to be affected by the significant amendment to the VAT rules for construction services known as ‘domestic reverse charge’ accounting.