Osiris International Group

Osiris provides inspired solutions for multi-jurisdictional entities

Osiris Corporate Solutions (OCS) is a Global Advisory, Corporate and Trustee Firm operating in, Mauritius, the United Kingdom, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Hong Kong and China. Primarily OCS focuses on sophisticated and innovative solutions to the corporate and private sector.

The corporate sector primarily includes financial assistance and expertise in corporate finance including corporate relocation, cross-border investing, fundraising, and listing of trading companies and funds. The private sector primarily involves wealth management and advice for individuals and families across jurisdictions and over the generations. This will often involve assisting with the relocation of families and or their wealth.




Latest Posts

post July 27, 2017

Res Non-Dom Changes to Proceed

In our article dated 1st May 2017 ‘Hold on Changes to UK Taxation of Res Non-Doms’, we noted that the proposed changes to the UK taxation of non-domiciliaries, which were to take effect from 6 April 2017, had recently been put on hold due to a shortage of Parliamentary time…

post July 26, 2017

Relocation Services to Mauritius

Mauritius as a relocation destination offers the ideal package with its political stability, cultural diversity, low tax rates and sustained economic growth. Foreign nationals who wish to relocate to Mauritius may select from various options such as the Occupation Permit, the Residence Permit, Permanent Residence permit, Investor Permit and Retirement…

post June 27, 2017

Mauritius Means Business With Its New Budget

No longer just a tourist destination, this little island is flourishing. Through its 2017/18 Budget Speech, Mauritius has emphasised its commitment towards invigorating corporate growth, expanding social programmes, and stimulating the development of small businesses. With a projected growth rate of 4.1% expected during the next financial year, the Mauritian…

post June 27, 2017

South Africa Demise of 183-Day Exemption. Should I Emigrate And If So, Where?

For years, South Africa has offered an exemption from tax in respect of South African residents who worked outside of South Africa for at least 183 days a year, including at least of one stint of 60 days.  They would remain taxable in respect of any income earned in the…

post June 9, 2017

Mauritius Commits to Sign the Multilateral Convention

Mauritius, as a fully collaborative and responsible International Financial Centre (IFC) of substance, has always supported the implementation of best practices as set by leading globally recognised institutions. To this end, in June 2015, Mauritius signed the Multilateral Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters, jointly developed by the…

post June 1, 2017

Mauritius Business Facilitation Program

Ease of doing business is recognized the world over as a desirable attribute in trying to attract business into a jurisdiction. Over 10 years ago, the Business Facilitation Act 2006 (BFA) was introduced to improve the Mauritian business environment.  Several measures were introduced such as the cut down on paperwork…

post May 30, 2017

UK Property: Have They Killed the Golden Goose?

After investment in the UK property market sank to its lowest level in four years during the quarter after the Brexit vote, with the first quarter of 2017 well behind us, investment into UK real estate is not looking as gloomy as one would have anticipated and investment by non-UK…

post May 30, 2017

Mauritius Property Purchase Of Property By Non-Citizens

With its attractive tax system and physical location, Mauritius has attracted its fair share of people attracted to relocate there for both the fiscal and physical attributes. In order to attract HNW’s to make it their home, Mauritius has offered several property investments, which lead to a right to live…

post May 9, 2017

The OECD Common Reporting Standard

The Common Reporting Standard (“CRS”) was born out of an OECD-led initiative currently supported by over 100 countries (“Participating Countries”).  CRS requires jurisdictions to obtain information from their financial institutions and automatically exchange that information with other jurisdictions on an annual basis.  The purpose of CRS is to counter tax…

post May 3, 2017

Italian Investment Visa To Complement The Resident Non-Domiciled Scheme

As we have detailed in earlier blogs, Italy has recently announced the introduction of an attractive resident-non-domiciled type scheme aimed at attracting high net worth individuals. Allied to this there has also been an introduction of a new Visa scheme aimed at allowing wealthy individuals to obtain residence in Italy.…

post May 1, 2017

Mauritius GBC1 Company To Own A Private Jet And Register It In The Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands is one of the premier aircraft registration regimes in the world, often competing only with the Isle of Man in that regard.  What is often not recognised is that registration is not restricted to Cayman Islands Entities.  We deal with it in more detail here but a Mauritius…

post May 1, 2017

Hold on Changes to UK Taxation of Res Non-Doms

The UK has a well-established Resident Non Domiciled (“Res Non Dom”) scheme, which allows those residents of the UK who are domiciled outside of the UK to elect to be taxed only on UK source income (remittance basis of taxation). Our article of September 2011, found here, sets out the then…