It is only by being bold that you get anywhere. If you are a risk-taker, then the art is to protect the downside.
My name is Manale Ganiere. I am a Swiss qualified lawyer and a cross-border advisor who helps you structure your business in Singapore and Switzerland. I take you through the complexities of cross border legislations to make sure you succeed to create a home abroad for your business.
As a business owner you facing many challenges when you decide to expand your business in a foreign country. The first challenge is the unknown environment you are entering in. I am talking about different laws and regulations, different cultures, complex immigration status and sometimes language barrier. You need a road map to guide you through these complexities so that you can focus on what you do best and enjoy the ride.
You want to make a difference in this world, you are building your legacy and forging your business identity. You want to make sure it’s sustainable and has impact.
I design a road map entirely tailored to your needs. I take care of your cross border challenges, I provide you with strategic insight and local know how while coordinating the process of implementation so you don’t ever have to worry if your business is set up the right way or waste precious time trying to figure it all out.
At Renascentia, I help you get the protection and the confidence you need to structure your business overseas.
I found my bliss at the intersection of business and law. Business is where entrepreneurs take the risks and overcome the challenges by expending a business abroad. Law is where I protect their business from those risks and create a safe environment to enable success.
I worked in Switzerland as a business lawyer before coming in Singapore 5 years ago working as a tax and legal manager in a fiduciary firm. Between Switzerland and Singapore, I’ve advised over 70 companies worldwide on their tax and legal strategies.
Over the past 15 years I’ve…
Lived, studied and worked in 7 countries
Navigated 4 different languages in those countries
Experienced 2 different legal systems