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vinpao


Total Posts: 20
Joined: Mar 2013
 
Posted: 2019-01-15 00:37
After many years in the US, I've decided to move my family to Italy.
My business is a relatively small sized medium-frequency trading outfit: long and short US shares and their derivatives. Around 100-200 trades a day.

I am going to need legal and fiscal advice to set up my activity in the most efficient possible way, sorting out things like double citizenship (US and Europe), bloomberg costs, margins, borrowing fees and so on.
Anybody here with tip, advice or professional recommendations?

TYA

rickyvic


Total Posts: 188
Joined: Jul 2013
 
Posted: 2019-03-08 22:45
I can help PM me

"amicus Plato sed magis amica Veritas"

Koopdeta


Total Posts: 5
Joined: Jun 2019
 
Posted: 2019-06-28 16:22
I've spent a part of my childhood growing up in Italy and I've been here this year on a year exchange program for my university. Italians can be really difficult people to deal with but they're very awarding once they accept you. I'm just a kid so I can't really help you with the practical stuff but if you have any social questions regarding integration etc you can ask me.

HitmanH


Total Posts: 488
Joined: Apr 2005
 
Posted: 2019-06-29 01:05
In a prior shop (as a London based FSA regulated firm), we opened a branch in Italy. Drop me a line to address in profile - if opening as fund manager - not just prop / your own capital - can help
(and general advice too)
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