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Time to send your weakest link home?

Most of us have seen the saying, that a chain is only as strong as its weakest link, it in action. Well, this is also true relating to your personal, business, or asset protection structures.

The sad truth is the fact that the majority of individuals do not even understand most of these links used in their structural chains. A structural link that makes up your structural chain can be anything for a trust to a foundation, a limited liability company to a public company, from a shareholders agreement to a participation agreement, from corporate governance to tax compliance.

It is, therefore, vital to ensure that all links in our structural chains are reviewed and maintained continually. And yes, sometimes, due to changes in your personal circumstances or legislation, certain links may have to be strengthened or even removed to ensure a reliable and effective structural chain.

Speak to UCHI to discuss your Multi-jurisdictional Structural Reviews or if you need someone with a different perspective to take an independent unbiased look at your multi-jurisdictional structure.

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