When foreign corporations establish their business bases in Japan to start up operations, they face various issues and procedures that must be considered, such as the selection of offices and banks, advice for entity establishment (e.g., branch or corporation), filing various reports with the tax offices, and enrollment in the social insurance and labor insurance systems. At the initial stage of setting up operations, it may not be economical to hire personnel who are knowledgeable of the above procedures.
PricewaterhouseCoopers Management Co., Ltd. can provide a variety of one-stop services to foreign corporations doing business in Japan, in cooperation with PwC Tax Japan and PricewaterhouseCoopers Labor and Social Security Attorney Office and law firms, if required. Our services include undertaking accounting and tax related administrative work, as well as tax consulting services. According to each client’s particular needs, we can introduce lawyers, banks and real estate agents necessary. High quality services are provided through PATHFINDER by utilizing the PwC global network and overseas PATHFINDER groups.