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O’Neal Webster Attorney Jenelle Archer Promoted to Partnership

TORTOLA, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS, 17 Jan 2022 – O’Neal Webster is pleased to announce the admission of Jenelle Archer to partnership in the firm, effective 1 January 2022. Ms Archer joined the firm as a senior associate in January 2016…

British Virgin Islands: A Country of Proud Landowners

By Willa Tavernier, O’Neal Webster BVI. What was once a group of islands thought to be settled by accident rather than by design, has now, rather aptly, been termed “the treasure under our feet.” The latter phrase was used by JR O’Neal, a noted…

New BVI Insurance Code of Conduct to Take Effect July 2021

Insurance Code of Conduct for BVI domestic insurers, insurance intermediaries, and loss adjusters to take effect July 6, 2021 The BVI Financial Services Commission recently announced the issuance of the Regulatory (Insurance Code of Conduct) Code, 2021 (Insurance Conduct Code)…

Buying a BVI Property? Secure a Mortgage with Vendor Financing

Thinking of buying or selling a home in the British Virgin Islands? Securing a mortgage for a property in the BVI can be time-consuming and difficult for foreign purchasers. Many find that their home bank is unwilling to extend credit…

Thinking of Buying or Selling a BVI Property? Here’s what you need to know.

Thinking of buying a home in the British Virgin Islands? What an exciting prospect—beautiful beaches, year-round warm weather, dramatic views, gorgeous sunsets, exceptionally clear Caribbean waters, and breezes that make for some of the best sailing on Earth! However, before…

Guide to Property Purchases in the British Virgin Islands

The recipe for finding your dream property in the British Virgin Islands includes a dash of local knowledge, an adequate measure of adventure, a quantity of trusted counsel, and an appetite for delight! While almost any property in the BVI…

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…
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