Premier and Minister of Finance Honourable Andrew A. Fahie has said that the International Business Company Act, 1984 which helped to establish the financial services industry in the British Virgin Islands has enabled the Territory to cement its position at the forefront of the global financial services market.
The Director of International Tax Authority, Ms. La Toya James is informing members of financial institutions and other stakeholders that the BVI Financial Accounts Reporting System is now back online and ready for use.
Topic: Financial Services, International Affairs (including the British Virgin Islands International Finance Centre) | Posted By: lstevens
Tuesday, 22 October 2019 - 12:18pm
Deputy Premier of the British Virgin Islands and Minister for Natural Resources, Labour and Immigration, Honourable Vincent O. Wheatley was in London last week to meet with international officials and various International Financial Centre (IFC) partners.
BVI Finance welcomes positive comments made by the UK Home Secretary reflecting the level of cooperation between UK and BVI law enforcement authorities, following a review into the implementation of the Exchange of Notes (EoN) on Beneficial Ownership information, 18 months after its initial introduction.
The size and scale of deals facilitated by the British Virgin Islands’ international business and financial centre has increased both in value and quality as the BVI reports its strongest incorporation numbers in three years.
Topic: Financial Services, International Affairs (including the British Virgin Islands International Finance Centre), Statutory Bodies | Posted By: lstevens
Thursday, 2 May 2019 - 10:40am
BVI Finance is hosting education sessions for the private sector in Hong Kong and London, as well as in the BVI, following the publication of the draft Economic Substance Code by the International Tax Authority (ITA).
Premier and Minister of Finance, Honourable Andrew A. Fahie shared his Government’s vision when he met with officials from the BVI’s financial services industry at the BVI Finance Breakfast Forum yesterday, March 21.
Topic: Financial Services, International Affairs (including the British Virgin Islands International Finance Centre) | Posted By: aphillip
Thursday, 21 March 2019 - 3:29pm
“Seek First to Understand, then be Understood” – the key quote which has driven MONEY MATTERS BVI (the financial literacy program at the BVI Financial Services Commission (BVI FSC)) to try to help residents become more informed consumers when it comes to insurance products - this time, through a Forum on Rising Insurance Premiums scheduled for 28 March 2019 from 6:15 – 8:00 p.m. at the BVI FSC Training Centre, Pasea Estate, Tortola.