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British Virgin Islands Customs Duty Exemption Period To Expire On March 31, 2018
The BVI Government announced this week that the Customs Duty exemption period will expire on March 31, 2018.
British Virgin Islands
4 Apr 2018
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Russia Sanctions And The Use Of EU-Based Holding Companies And SPVs
This Article examines in summary whether EU-based subsidiaries of the sanctioned Russian state-owned entities listed in Council Regulation (EU) 833/2014 (Regulation 833)
European Union
5 Apr 2017
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Importation Of Yachts Into The BVI
The primary issues that a person intending to import a yacht into the BVI needs to consider are import duties and satisfaction of any applicable regulatory/licensing requirements.
British Virgin Islands
7 Mar 2017
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BVI Continues Updates On Iran Sanctions Legislation To Comply With JCPOA
On 24 November 2016, the Direction Given By The Financial Investigation Agency (Revocation) Order, 2016 (the Order) was gazetted.
British Virgin Islands
30 Nov 2016
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Brexit: Passporting Through Cyprus
Cyprus can offer a solution to international firms and institutions seeking certainty over access to the EU Single Market.
British Virgin Islands
27 Oct 2016
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Brexit And The Overseas Territories – The Cayman Islands
What impact will the UK vote to leave the EU have on the UK's Overseas Territories?
Cayman Islands
17 Oct 2016
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Back To Base: What Does Brexit Mean For UK Sovereign Bases In Cyprus?
Although they are often grouped with the other 13 British Overseas Territories, the sovereign bases of Akrotiri and Dhekelia in Cyprus merit separate analysis in view of Brexit...
Cyprus
3 Oct 2016
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International Financial Centres Will Facilitate The Opening Up Of Cuba
When Raul Castro took over from his brother as President of Cuba in 2008, he began a long-anticipated process of political and economic reform. As a result of his strategy, the stagnant economy has been gradually coming to life, galvanised by a fledgling private sector
Cuba
16 Sep 2016
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Behind BVI's Brexit
More than two months after the United Kingdom's decision to leave the EU, predictions about what the UK's exit will look like are still speculative.
British Virgin Islands
8 Sep 2016
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Repealing Of The Iran Direction In The British Virgin Islands
On 14 July 2015, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action was welcomed by China, France, Germany, the Russian Federation, the UK and the United States of America...
British Virgin Islands
2 Sep 2016
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A 60 Second Guide To Dealing With BVI Companies
This article covers the most commonly-asked questions regarding the use of BVI companies in transactions.
British Virgin Islands
24 Jun 2016
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Benefits Of Using Cyprus Based Companies To Invest In Iran
On January 16 2016 the European Union implemented the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, which scaled back sanctions on Iran and marked the country's return to international capital (and other) markets.
Cyprus
18 May 2016
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Doing Business In Africa: The Benefits Of Offshore
Harneys has for many years worked together with many of the leading law firms in Africa as well as law firms outside of Africa advising on Africa focused transactions.
Worldwide
6 May 2016
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Supreme Court Of Bermuda Revisits Seldom-Relied Upon Quia Timet Jurisdiction Of The Old Courts Of Chancery
In what proved to be a late Christmas present for the board of International Investments Enterprises Ltd (IIEL), Harneys Bermuda successfully invoked the now seldom relied upon quia timet, "because he fears" jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of Bermuda.
Bermuda
3 May 2016
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Iranian Sanctions Relief In The UK Overseas Territories: An Update For Bermuda, BVI And Cayman
A significant number of EU sanctions and restrictive measures on Iran related to its nuclear programme were lifted across the EU and other states following Implementation Day of the JCPOA on 16 January 2016.
Worldwide
18 Apr 2016
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Iran's Implementation Day Arrives And Harneys Is In The Thick Of It
In 2005, Goldman Sachs named Iran as a member of the "Next Eleven", a country with the potential of becoming one of the world's largest economies in the 21st Century.
Worldwide
16 Feb 2016
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Arbitration Offshore: Comparing Recent Developments In BVI And Cayman
Both the British Virgin Islands (BVI) and the Cayman Islands have recently updated and modernised their arbitration regimes.
British Virgin Islands
10 Aug 2015
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Framework Agreement Reached Over Iran’s Nuclear Programme
On 2 April the P5+1, the European Union and Iran agreed to a framework for a Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action regarding Iran’s nuclear programme.
Worldwide
22 Apr 2015
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Sanctions: European Union Significantly Toughens Its Stance Towards Russia
The EU is implementing a number of new restrictive measures on Russia in response to its perceived on-going actions in destabilising eastern Ukraine.
European Union
5 Oct 2014
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EU Implements New Sanctions On Ukraine And Russia
As the crisis over Ukrainian sovereignty has deepened, the EU has sought to increase punitive measures on rebel groups within Ukraine and targets within Russia.
European Union
2 Sep 2014
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