Offshore: Keeping up the pace
The Companies Amendment Act 2003 has done much to speed up the process by which companies can be incorporated in Bermuda, says David Doyle
Bermuda has worked hard over the years to ensure that its statutes and regulations provide for a sensible yet effective regulatory environment which has facilitated, and continues to facilitate, international commerce. This is particularly the case in relation to Bermuda’s Companies Act 1981.
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