Tag Archives: BVI Business Company

Top Ten Questions When Entering Into a BVI Joint Venture

The British Virgin Islands is an ideal home jurisdiction for establishing joint ventures because of the variety of structures available under its laws. The Territory is known for a relentless pursuit of refining and advancing its financial services legal structures … Read more

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BVI Companies and their Registered Agents: A critical relationship

A sometimes overlooked, yet critical, aspect of a British Virgin Islands (BVI) company is the role of its registered agent. Only a registered agent can incorporate a BVI company, and they are essential in its ongoing maintenance. Registered agents are … Read more

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Privy Council Hands Down Judgment in BVI Shareholder Rights

The Privy Council has recently handed down the judgment in Staray Capital Limited and another v Cha Yang [2017] UKPC 43, concerning the circumstances in which majority shareholder decisions to amend the Memorandum & Articles of Association (M&A) of a British … Read more

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British Virgin Islands gains ranking in the global cryptocurrency and ICO market

The cryptocurrency craze is growing with no end in sight despite pushback from some countries, financial institutions, and global corporate giants. For the first six months of 2018, the United States, as the largest cryptocurrency market in the world, had … Read more

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Legal and Economic Significance of Offshore Finance in the British Virgin Islands

International financial records recently stolen from two offshore services firms and 19 corporate registries maintained by governments were leaked to journalists and their details subsequently published around the world. But beyond the hype, however, we find no intelligent inferences of … Read more

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BVI Capital Economics Study and History of International Trade Vindicates Offshore Centre

International Trade The history of trade can be traced back for thousands of years, from the early days of bartering to the introduction of money, and now, modern, complex trade and finance arrangements between individuals, countries, and international trade groups. … Read more

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RIP: Winding up a BVI Company Through Voluntary Liquidation

“All good things must come to an end.” – Well-known saying by Geoffrey Chaucer (1374). Why Choose Voluntary Liquidation BVI companies are commonly incorporated without a specific termination period. However, once they have served their useful business purpose their owners … Read more

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BVI Supports Two Million Jobs Globally, Says Independent Report

June 2017, TORTOLA—New data released June 21, 2017 show that the British Virgin Islands financial services industry supports roughly two million jobs in global investment and trade, worldwide. The independent study by Capital Economics found that the BVI mediates over … Read more

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Protect Your BVI Business Company Assets

For years, the BVI Business Companies Act has provided an attractive and appropriate vehicle to hold property in the BVI and abroad, many finding it a particularly useful strategy in estate planning. But persons who neglect their BVI Business Company … Read more

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