Looking to set up business overseas?
International Expansion Services
On the ground support by Orangefield’s professionals with 30+ offices located in 20 countries
40 years of experience in international business and over 600 employees
1 contract, 1 point of contact, 1 invoice - for all your business worldwide
IT Platform with Virtual CFO designed for international expansion activity
Business is going well, and your company is ready to move beyond country borders. But without the international experience and know-how, it is difficult to even decide where to begin. Orangefield can help you from the start, from deciding where to set up your first branch and incorporation through to everyday compliance monitoring and payroll administration. With our International Expansion Services, we offer financial, legal, administrative and management support, including HR and Trade solutions and Intellectual Property protection. With Orangefield, one partner is all you need.
European Desk, New York City
"It’s priceless walking down the streets of Manhattan and seeing your clients’ stores, products or billboards out there"Read Interview >
"For internationals, it’s hard to ignore Germany"Read Interview >
Head of China Desk Luxembourg
"It is refreshing to work in a country with a government that works with you"Read Interview >
Commercial Director Brazil
"I feel like Brazil is where it's going to happen in the next few years"Read Interview >
Manager Commercial Business Development
"Orangefield’s strength: we know exactly what it is like to build a business on a global scale. We have been doing it ourselves."Read Interview >
Heba Khairallah Al Emara
"What I most admire about my work is the ability to both realise my own ambitions and fuel the ambition of others"Read Interview >
Director & Head of Shanghai Operations
"Adjusting to and learning from the culture is an absolute requirement for success in China."Read Interview >
"Singaporeans are straightforward people"Read Interview >
"Canadians are interested in going to China, but they want trusted advisors to guide them"Read Interview >
22 May 2015 The Orangefield Real Estate Services Team welcomes Whitehall Management Services
At Orangefield we are proud to announce that our Real Estate Services team is growing: as of March 2015, the professionals of Whitehall Management Services have joined Orangefield. Whitehall Management Services (‘WMS’) was the Dutch subsidiary of Whitehall, the Real Estate Investment Funds of investment bank Goldman Sachs, supporting the bank’s Real Estate & Infrastructure fund investments in The Netherlands.
19 May 2015 Orangefield attending Think ASIA, Think HONG KONG in Toronto, June 8
Think Asia Think Hong Kong is a series of events organized by the Hong Kong Trade Development council (HKTDC). Orangefield will be present at Toronto on the 8th of June. Attending from Orangefield are Associate Director Donald Tsang and Canadian Representative Margaret Grice.
12 May 2015 Economy Malta awarded ‘A’ rating by DBRS
Malta has recently been awarded an ‘A’ rating by Canadian credit rating agency DBRS. A DBRS ‘A’ rating is given to economies with overall strong growth performance. DBRS is registered as a Nationally Recognized Statistical Rating Organization from the United States’ Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), one of only 10 companies to hold the designation. It was the first time Malta was assessed by the agency.
11 May 2015 Why use Mauritius for your African Investment?
Mauritius Profile Mauritius, a volcanic island nation in the Indian Ocean, is best known for its beaches, lagoons and reefs. However, the island nation in the Indian Ocean, about 2,000 km’s off the southeast coast of the African continent, has emerged as an International Financial Centre of choice due to its robust regulatory framework and qualified labour force.
07 May 2015 Hong Kong enhances Admission Schemes to attract talent
First unveiled in this year’s policy address in January 2015, the enhancements to the Hong Kong Admission Schemes are now effective. The programs, and the further enhancement of them, is part of the city’s attempts to attract talent in the face of an aging population and a shrinking labour force – all amidst competing with the rest of the world in retaining and luring top talent.