British Virgin Islands
The British Virgin Islands (BVI) Court has for the first time recognised and enforced judgments delivered by the Court of the People's Republic of China (PRC). It is a significant development in light of the established practice of ...
A summary of the relevant timelines and an outline of other important changes under the Amendment Code are outlined in this update.
The British Virgin Islands continues to be a jurisdiction of choice for corporate vehicles entering into secured finance transactions, and remains a markedly creditor-friendly jurisdiction.
On 22 January 2020, the Court handed down judgment in the matter of Pacific Fertility Institutes Holding Company Limited v Pacific Fertility Institutes (HK) Holding Company Limited.
This Carey Olsen bitesize guide is designed to provide a snapshot of the steps that should be taken in the British Virgin Islands and Cayman in connection with the appointment of a fixed charge receiver or Law of Property Act 1925.
Alternative Investment Funds Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of British Virgin Islands, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
There have been an increasing number of court applications in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) for the appointment of receivers an as interim remedy to ‘hold the ring' in respect of assets.
The Securities and Investment Business Act, 2010 has been amended to introduce a new regulatory regime for closed-ended funds in the BVI.
The British Virgin Islands (BVI) has introduced a new regulatory regime for the recognition of private investment funds.
In response to the requirements of the European Union ("EU"), the BVI has recently enacted the Securities and Investment Business Act, 2019 and the related Private Investment Funds Regulations, 2019.
This advisory summarises the key features of the Law and the Guidelines and their likely impact on closed-ended funds and their managers.
In line with BVI's commitment to stay at the forefront of 'international legislation and EU compliance', the BVI enacted the Mutual Funds (Amendment) ...
The British Virgin Islands government recently passed new legislation affecting the funds industry. In particular, the new BVI Securities and Investment Business (Amendment) Act, 2019 ...
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With the enactment of the Securities and Investment Business Act, 2019, the British Virgin Islands has for the first time introduced a regulatory regime to regulate close-ended funds.
The BVI has gazetted legislation which has come into force on 31 December 2019, introducing a supervisory regime for closed-ended funds.
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News outlets, including The Guardian and CNBC, were reporting and market watchers were opining in early 2019 that a slowing world economy forebodes a major global economic shift—possibly...
Following our previous notification dated May 2019, The British Virgin Islands (BVI) has passed legislation requiring certain legal entities carrying on Relevant Activities to demonstrate adequate ...
As part of BVI's continued commitment to remain at the forefront of international legislation and EU compliance, the BVI enacted the Securities and Investment Business (Amendment) ...