Global SME

Global SME's require global structuring and advisory expertise, that does not lose sight of the owner's interests.


These companies are often characterised by being large domestic businesses but who may be expanding for the first time into international markets. They will often have complex income tax issues that require advice in a range of areas. Once advised they often need assistance with implementation of advice, company establishment restructures and ensuring sound tax annual compliance.

By joining CST you can enhance your Firm’s ability to advise Global SMEs on issues related to their expansion overseas. This will support the core domestic tax and accounting work you provide, by bolstering your services offering in what clients will increasingly see as a critical area.

You will have the support of CST firms internationally who will recognise your referral and support your ongoing client relationship.

  • History & focus

    The first CST Tax Advisors firm was founded in Sydney in 1992. In 2004 CST Tax Advisors was established in Singapore with our first office in America opening in 2010. MORE

    History & focus

  • Purpose, Vision & Values

    The core focus for CST firms globally is to make life and business easy abroad for our clients. We do that by integrating global tax and accounting solutions across borders. MORE

    Purpose, Vision & Values

  • The CST Way

    The CST Way is a personal tale of helping clients living and working in Expatland, a 'country' with more than 244 million residents living away from home. MORE

    The CST Way

  • Media & News

    CST is actively provides thought leadership in relation to cross border issues for accounting firms and clients alike. Follows us for updates and new. MORE

    Media & News


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