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Campio Group

International law firm

We provide legal services in more than 40 countries
Jurisdictions
List of banks
Consultation
Main services of the company
Registration and support of foreign companies
Opening accounts in foreign banks and payment systems
Providing audit, accounting support for foreign companies
Advice on taxes, CFCs and other issues of international law
Special offers
Our results
19
Years of experience
1378
Registered companies
2853
Open accounts
980
Clients being served
7211
Tax consultations
365
World Partners
What you should know about our company
USA | 08.05.24
How to manage business remotely in the USA?
Recently, more and more entrepreneurs prefer to conduct business online. Of course, this trend has been significantly influenced by the COVID-19 epidemic, but we have seen many examples of transitioning to remote business management even before the spread of the disease. Examples include increased efficiency and cost-effectiveness of business operations.
world | 26.03.24
Relocation procedure for ukrainian businesses abroad
In the world of business today, relocation has become an integral part of companies' strategic development. This topic becomes especially relevant for Ukrainian entrepreneurs amid complex political and economic conditions. The process of relocating a business abroad requires careful analysis, strategic planning, and consideration of numerous factors.
USA | 13.03.24
How to verify a company in the USA?
In this article, we will focus on the methods and resources that enable effective verification of American companies, including the use of the US company registry. We will explore the tools and processes necessary for analyzing corporate activity, financial status, and other key aspects of business operations in the United States.
USA | 12.01.24
The US has launched the Register of Beneficiaries: how to report?
We would like to highlight the changes in US corporate law that came into force at the beginning of 2024. Thus, under the new Corporate Transparency Act (CTA), companies registered in the United States must now submit information about their beneficial owners in the form of a report to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN).
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