Definition of 'business establishment'
European Union (EU) legislation defines the term ‘establishment’. Outside the EU the term is not so well defined, so in the absence of any contradictory guidance, it is appropriate to follow the EU approach.
Examples of business establishments:
- subsidiary companies
- branches of companies
- representative offices
- offices managed by businesses’ own staff
- tied selling agents
- factories and workshops
- mines and quarries
- oil and gas wells
- drilling platforms fixed to sea bed
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Introduction to Risk LocationWhat is risk location and why is it important ?
Introduction to risk location
Establishing the risk location
To help establish risk location please consider the questions provided via the link below
Class of business guidance
To help you establish the risk location please consider the class of business
Risk Location Examples
The interaction of different territorial rules can make a given scenario complex. Applying the principles set out will assist market participants in establishing the risk location.
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