An inversion is a process in which a corporate group changes the jurisdiction of its parent company by inserting a new company (incorporated in the new jurisdiction), above its existing parent company. Usually, the inversion is effected by the acquisition of a corporate group whose parent is based in one jurisdiction by a company which is based in another, whether by means of a share for share exchange, scheme of arrangement, or other mechanism. Read more.
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