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Bridging the Strategic Gap

Bridging the Strategic Gap

Our objectives

To be one of the best independent international tax and business advisory services firm and provide a platform for sophisticated “doing business” relationships/transactions, primarily through a network of known and trusted independent tax and business consulting firms, in a manner that achieves a professional legacy for assisting nationals in developing countries enhance and better enable their fiscal and commercial regimes.

Who we are

Masson de Morfontaine is recognized as an independent international tax & business advisory firm. Founded by professionals with many relevant years of experience, we share a common understanding of the wide gulf between advisory services being offered by other firms in these regions and strategic needs of clients.

Where we are

Masson de Morfontaine is mainly based in Hong Kong, and maintains a network of trusted independent tax and business advisory firms of high professional reputation developed over the past couple of years. Members are located all around the world.

Our Client Approach

Our starting point with our clients is to determine with them, clear engagement objectives based upon an understanding of their business or other relevant circumstances, and the client “needs”. We aspire to deliver advice that supports a client’s objectives, for instance, reducing tax costs through tax efficiency or mitigation of tax risk. We reject a “one size fits all” approach that simply recycles old advice to new clients. Each of our clients requires advice that is specific to their needs and can be implemented in a way that is tailored to their particular objectives.

Supporting the Regions

Several of our advisers have played an instrumental role in the development of the region’s fiscal and business environment, including advising government authorities and chambers of commerce on matters such as negotiation of tax treaties and trade and investment agreements; introduction of new tax laws, foreign investment and competition; and establishment of free trade areas, investment zones and incentives to encourage investment.

 

Bridging the gap; In strategy it is important to see distant things as if they were close and to take a distanced view of close things.
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