Offshore: In on the Act
For two decades, corporate legislation in the British Virgin Islands has remained essentially unchanged. But now the BVI Business Companies Act 2004 (the 'new Act') brings radical and largely positive reforms. Leonard Birmingham guides you through the new law
For the past 20 years, the British Virgin Islands’ (BVI’s) financial sector has enjoyed phenomenal success, based in many respects on the innovative and popular International Business Companies Act (Cap. 291) (IBCA). Even so, the Government and private sector have acknowledged that there is room for improvement in the legislative framework.
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