The whole angle of the US being a more popular destination for setting up shell companies, etc., dovetails with helping US business interests at a time when a looming financial crisis may put global financial assets in jeopardy. Those US assets, goes the argument, ought to be in the US - safer from the watchful eyes of international institutions or financial tsunamis generally than otherwise.
We have already seen how US dominated financial institutions like the IMF have effectively partitioned the global community of states into those that do the bidding of the US regime and those that do not. So, for example, it used to be that any state that defaulted on state to state loans would no longer be eligible for IMF loans. But now, since states other than the US can bankroll such loans, we see that if Ukraine defaults on a loan to Russia ... then the IMF says, "No problem. We will still lend you money. Fuck the Russians." etc. This effectively is an act of financial piracy or brigandage.
The colossus is truly contemptible. But the ends justify the means. The Empire must dominate forever. All those who oppose the Emperor must die. So it's all good. See?