Solomon Blum Heymann LLP is pleased to announce its recent establishment of Arbor International Services Limited, an entity formation and fiduciary services company. Arbor is owned and managed by Luca Cantelli, who joined Solomon Blum Heymann LLP in 2014, together with the partners of Solomon Blum Heymann LLP — Robert A. Solomon, William L. Blum, and Andrew W. Heymann.
Arbor will provide its clients with international company services, including company formation, registered agent, and director and secretary services in the Cayman Islands, the British Virgin Islands, Anguilla, Delaware and a number of other jurisdictions. Arbor will also offer trust, fiduciary and succession planning services, as well as investment fund establishment and administration.
What distinguishes Arbor from other company service providers is its attention to client-based service and the cross-border tax expertise that it will supply in cooperation with its affiliates. Arbor has the expertise to create unique solutions for international clients because it is owned and managed by legal and tax professionals with decades of experience in their respective practice areas.
The focus of Arbor is on multijurisdictional tax planning and tax compliance — a necessity in the rapidly changing fiduciary services industry. Navigating the intricacies of tax laws of multiple jurisdictions without professional guidance can have adverse consequences for clients. Arbor also will advise and assist clients with respect to the new regulatory and compliance burdens that they must bear, including, for example, those imposed by FATCA, CDOT, and the Automatic Exchange of Information under the Common Reporting Standard. Arbor stands ready to assist clients in navigating through the complexities that these regulations have created.
In cooperation with Arbor International Services, the attorneys at Solomon Blum Heymann LLP look forward to assisting clients in the area of fiduciary services, as well as with tax and estate planning, with a further enhanced level of service.