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“Whether you need a piece of advice on choosing the right business structure or would like assistance getting your new sole proprietorship or limited liability company up and running I can provide key assistance with your new business venture. At each step of the business start-up process, I will work to ensure that your new business has the best possible chance for success, wherever is a digital business, an import/export company, an holding company, an Amazon reselling business or a Fintech Company; wherever you are a Freelance, a Sole Partner or a Partner in the Business.
Entrepreneurship is not a choice, but a primary need! You need to have the correct mindset, before than any business model.”

— Alessandro Rocco Pietrocola

Working as CEO of Astorts Group, my team and I have received many inquiries about a cost effective way to set up a new business in the best jurisdictions of the world.

I have spend the last 2 decades working and doing business in these jurisdictions as the UK, the UAE, the USA, Hong Kong, Singapore and many Overseas British Territories and Commonwealth countries.

My main focus is all about getting you across the “finish line” as easily as possible, so you will leverage my network and my experience to successfully get where you wanted.

Working in a common law jurisdiction may bring you many benefit, but in common law several stages of research and analysis are required to determine “what the law is” in a given situation; and this can be very different from your home jurisdiction if you live in the European Union, in Russia, in China, in Latin America or other civil law jurisdictions.
Which Legal and Corporate issues do I need to consider when operating in a specific jurisdiction?

Opening a business always involves a lot of steps and it can become a challenge for entrepreneurs, especially for those who do it for the first time.

In my humble opinion legal and commercial issues which need to be considered by companies or individuals when entering a specific market are:

  1. Corporate structure;
  2. Tax regime and taxes treaties;
  3. Intellectual property rights;
  4. Data protection;
  5. Visas and immigration options;
  6. Employment Law;
  7. Trading Law and regulation (Fintech Services are usually heavily regulated);
  8. Property.

Unlike others lawyers and accountants who focus on theory, I’ve done most of the stuff I’m talking about for myself and I know what works – and what doesn’t – in the real world and I can help you to explore the legal and commercial issues discusses above in the following jurisdictions:

Doing Business in the UK

Despite economic and constitutional change, a diverse range of overseas companies and entrepreneurs continue to identify the United Kingdom as an attractive place to conduct their operations.

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Doing Business in the UAE

It is easy to understand why doing business in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is such an attractive concept. A predominately liberal trade regime has contributed to sustaining an impetus for growth in the UAE.

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Dubai City Guide

Doing Business in Singapore

Singapore has renewed its faith in the country’s internationally applauded business-friendly ecosystem, both for companies as well as individuals, so that the city-state remains an attractive destination to incorporate and promote profitable companies.

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Doing Business in Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s geographical, linguistic and cultural proximity to Mainland China, combined with its international business connections, have made it a key launch pad for foreign investors looking to enter the Chinese market. It also stands as the gateway to regional and global markets for Mainland Chinese investors.

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Hong Kong

Doing Business in USA

The United States is consistently ranked among the best internationally for its overall competitiveness and ease of doing business. Backed by a regulatory environment that is particularly conducive to starting and operating a business, U.S. business culture encourages free enterprise and competition.

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These offshore jurisdictions generally tend to have low or zero taxation, moderate to light financial regulation and also possibly banking anonymity. As a result, they are very popular jurisdictions in which potential investors register offshore corporations or special purpose vehicles.

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Doing Business in Russia

Russia has a stable legislation aimed at protection of ownership and capital, investors and investments. The recent legislative and regulatory efforts are meant to improve stability and predictability, making the investment climate milder and the business environment more attractive for foreign investors.

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Doing Business in China

Doing business in China can be a difficult and contentious proposition for foreigners.
When considering expansion into Chinese market, it is crucial to carry out appropriate due diligence and to gain a proper understanding of the local business environment.

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If you already know the business structure you will need and the best jurisdiction for you, fill in the following form and one of our Team Members will get you a bespoke quote.


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    Unlike lawyers and accountants who focus on theory, I’ve done most of the stuff I’m talking about for myself and I know what works – and what doesn’t – in the real world.

    Working as CEO of Astorts Group since 2010, my team and I have received many inquiries and helped hundreds of clients to find a cost effective way to obtain a forex licence, a great jurisdiction to set up an import/export company, an easy and cost effective way to set up an Hedge Fund, a great jurisdiction to have an holding company or to open an offshore bank account, a crypto friendly jurisdiction to launch your crypto project or register a crypto exchange, a cost effective way to obtain a Payment Service Provider Licence, a cost effective way to advertise and export a product into an emerging markets like Russia, China, South-East Asia or South America, a way to finance a startup or to apply for an European Regional Funds.

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    Why to entrust Alex?

    Alex is an entrepreneur, fintecher, investor, blogger and author based in London and operating mainly in Europe, Asia and Oceania.

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    Alex is an UK FCA (Financial Conduct Authority) and NZ FSPR (Financial Service Provider Register) Approved Person and has great experience as director of regulated companies.
    Alex uses to dedicate part of his life to inspire others and help them achieve the most out of their lives.

    Since he was 20, he had successfully founded and managed several companies operating in the field of management consulting, wealth management and fintech.

    Alex is Member of Institute of Directors in London, Member of Changer Club in Riga, Member of Fintech Association of Hong Kong, Member of Singapore Fintech Association, Member of Non Executive Director Association in London and Member of Alumni Network of Draper University in San Francisco.