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Serving clients in other jurisdiction

I am in early process of thinking of starting a new consulting/advisory business in a highly specialised area, B2B. My wife worked in the field for some time and knows her way around the actual product, but not the business side. The product is information, i.e. pdfs of reports containing inteligence and are usually bought as yearly subscriptions at the level of  thousands or tens of thousands for large clients.  Clients are big international corporations located mostly in US, UK and EU. If we register our boutique business in London, can we serve clients in EU and US immediately or do we also need to open branches in those jurisdictions? (assuming hard brexit here). Is it possible to have an account that could receive payments directly from US customers (i.e. a routing number and acc number) without having legal presence in the US? What kind of service can sort out this for me?


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