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No Tax  No Financial Reporting Good Privacy Nominee Director Included Nominee Shareholder Included  No Annual Filing
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|With over half its income coming from the licensing of offshore companies and related services, the BVI is a significant global player in the offshore financial services industry. Once frequently labelled as a “tax haven”, the territory has fought hard against the label in recent years, signing the Multilateral Convention on Mutual Assistance in Tax Matters in June 2013. Re-positioning itself as a responsible international financial centre and tax planning destination, the BVI has turned its attention to Asia-based clients.|
|Company type||Business Company (BC)|
|Governing corporate legislation||The BVI Financial Service Commission is the governing authority and companies are regulated under the Business Companies Act 2004.|
|Information published relating to company officers||There is no public register of company officers.|
|Confidentiality||The BVI offers a high level of anonymity and privacy. No officer name is disclosed to the registrar upon company registration.|
|Accounting requirement||No accounting/reporting requirements.|
|Taxation||No taxes of any sort.|
|Legislation||Modern offshore legislation.|
|Time to form||The BVI has a fast and efficient registry: it takes about 48 hours to register a company.|
|Stability||Stable jurisdiction with a very good reputation.|
|Communication||Efficient communication means.|
|Time zone||Convenient world time zone: GMT-4|
|Paid up capital requirement||No paid up capital requirement.|
|Basis of legal system||Under Common Law.|
|Minimum directors/shareholders||Minimum of 1 director/shareholder|
|Bearer shares||Bearer shares are not permitted.|
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR THE CREATION OF THE COMPANY
A certified copy of your passport (or identity card), as well as proof of domicile dated less than three months
The BVI is a British Crown Colony and has approximately 40 islands.
They are situated in the Caribbean about 60 miles east of Puerto Rico. The principal island of the archipelago is Tortola, whose capital city is Road Town.
Under the 1976 constitution, the BVI are independent from the UK, except with regards to its external affairs, defence, internal security, civil services and court administration for which the UK has kept the responsibility.
The BVI are an internationally recognised offshore centre and also one of the oldest. Many other offshore jurisdictions based themselves on the BVI's laws before developing their own corporate laws. Company formation in the BVI is finalised in 2-3 days.