British Virgin Islands
BVI Court of Appeal clarifies key principles for recoverability of costs.
Whilst offshore trusts have become the default structure adopted by Asian families for intergenerational transmission of wealth and succession of businesses...
Коммерческий суд БВО недавно дал руководящие разъяснения в отношении возможност&
The BVI Commercial Court granted further relief on 28 May in the Nam Tai litigation to stop rival arbitration proceedings commenced in Hong Kong.
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The DPA was published in the gazette of the BVI government on 13th of April but has not come into force yet.
On 25 May 2021 the Commercial Division of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court set aside ex-parte orders which had been obtained by Tethyan Copper Company (TCC) against the Islamic Republic of Pakistan...
Although cryptocurrencies are not 'new', it is only in recent years that ownership of digital assets has become widespread. Given the increased interest and value in the crypto market...
A recent matter which came before a strong Court of Appeal panel demonstrates that the BVI Court will continue to come to the aid of creditors pursuing unpaid debts and that they should not necessarily...
A quick reference guide to some of the most frequently asked questions arising out of financing transactions involving British Virgin Islands (BVI) companies.
The British Virgin Islands ("BVI") have now passed, and brought into effect, significant and welcome changes to its trusts and probate legislation.
Long gone are the days of offshore incorporation where corporate ownership could be concealed through the simple device of a bearer share company,
The BVI Commercial Court has recently provided guidance on the interpretation of the new statutory jurisdiction to grant free-standing interim relief in support of foreign proceedings.
In a recent ex tempore judgment of Wallbank J in the long-running matter, JTrust Asia Pte. Ltd v Mitsuji Konoshita and Anor BVIHC(COM)2017/0226, the British Virgin Islands ("BVI")...
This country-specific Q&A provides an overview of Mergers & Acquisitions laws and regulations applicable in the British Virgin Islands.
The resurgence of special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) as an alternative to traditional IPOs was one of the major talking points of 2020.
As one of the anti-money laundering measures adopted in accordance with international standards, the government of the British Virgin Islands plans to create a public register of beneficial owners of companies registered there by 2023.
Hybrid fund finance facilities are emerging in the Asia Pacific market as an increasingly popular product with significant commercial upside for both lenders and fund borrowers alike.