- published: 17 Oct 2017
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The British Virgin Islands' financial sector powers more than $1.5tr of investment around the world, and supports 2.2 million jobs. More than 400,000 BVI business companies are currently active, which enable the British Virgin Islands to be the second largest source of foreign direct investment. Gary Hales from BVI Finance explains how the BVI business company is used today, and how the islands' Beneficial Ownership Secure Search scheme with the UK's HMRC are helping it set new standards for transparency and security. For a full transcript visit: https://www.worldfinance.com/videos/how-bvi-business-companies-power-15tr-of-investment-worldwide For more World Finance videos go to https://www.worldfinance.com/videos/
We got BVI Finance's Head of Business Development, Gary Hales, into the studio to talk about its latest report with Capital Economics, which explores the global economic impact of the British Virgin Islands finance services sector. But it was barely a month since Hurricanes Irma and Maria devastated the island, so first we had to check: is everything all right, out there? As Gary explains, the story for the financial services sector is, there is no story. They're doing business again, and helping the island to rebuild. For a full transcript visit: https://www.worldfinance.com/videos/bvi-finance-one-day-after-irma-we-were-incorporating-companies-again For more World Finance videos go to https://www.worldfinance.com/videos/
The British Virgin Islands has long been considered a leading financial centre, with its business-friendly government. But stronger competition in the incorporations space is forcing the BVI to innovate its offering. Julien Johnson, Executive Director of BVI Finance, explains how the British Virgin Islands has changed, and introduces two innovative new funds. For a full transcript visit: http://www.worldfinance.com/videos/johnson-british-virgin-islands-must-innovate-to-remain-competitive For more World Finance videos go to http://www.worldfinance.com/videos/
The new rules around beneficial ownership are just the latest in a number of international initiatives around tax and transparency. How are they changing the landscape for offshore financial centres? Lorna Smith, Interim Director of BVI Finance, explains how the British Virgin Islands is engaging with the latest demands for transparency and staying in touch with international industry. She also explains the BVI Forward campaign: designed to strengthen and expand the financial centre's services, both by engaging with and educating British Virgin Islanders, and developing the islands' capacity as a data centre and arbitration hub. For a full transcript visit: http://www.worldfinance.com/videos/bvi-drives-forward-with-financial-services-diversification-programme For more World Finance videos...
UK GOVERNMENT DA-NOTICE NEWS BLACKOUT-MAINSTREAM MEDIA EXTRACTS: I The sensational Carroll Foundation Trust and parallel Carroll Maryland Trust multi-billion dollar tax fraud bribery scandal which is now encircling the beleaguered Coutts & Co chairman Lord Home has recently disclosed that the UK Government’s Royal United Services Institute has been named as an expert witness in this case of international importance. Sources have confirmed that the new explosive FBI Scotland Yard “cross-border” criminal “standard of proof” prosecution files contain forensic specimen exhibits of forged and falsified Coutts & Co Gerald Carroll accounts which are “directly linked” to the fraudulent incorporation of a Withers Worldwide law firm shadow “criminal parallel trust” that effectively embezzled a min...
A brief description of how a BVI company can be used instead of a local company
www.systemday.com The main benefits and requirements for incorporating a offshore company in the Seychelles.
This is a video me and my co-workers made so our clients in our foreign subsidiaries could see what we look like and get to know us.
Today we are thrilled to be a part of the announcement that the BVI is now open for business after Hurricane Irma. This video is a partnership with us (Monday Never), Virgin Motor Yachts (https://www.facebook.com/virginmotoryachts/) and Aristocat Charters (https://www.facebook.com/Aristocatcharters/) All of the footage was shot in October, post Irma. Check it out and let us know what you think? I don't know about you, but we're already dreaming of heading south SOON! _______ Credits: Video & Drone Footage: Alex English Production: Alexia Lucas, Catherine Marks, Brittany Meyers Music: Epidemic Sound
The global economy is powered by millions of cross-border investments, facilitated by renowned international finance centres such as London and New York. They are supported by specialist centres like the BVI. Watch our short animation to find out more about the role of the BVI in the global economy: www.bviglobalimpact.com #bviglobalimpact
Revelations from on going end of fiscal year audit exercises being conducted by the British Virgin Islands's Financial Services Authority in conjuction with commercial banks operating in the inlands, there are clues that some money in these banks are not properly accounted for. There are ongoing speculations that most of funds are owned by political figures around the globe and illegible United States Citizens. A list of some of these funds and their holding banks are
BVI tax haven to set up Asia headquarters in Hong Kong - British Virgin Islands eager to forge closer ties with Hong Kong and China will set up its Asian headquarters in Hong Kong next month despite a worldwide outcry against tax havens after many of its rich clients' information has been leaked by an investigative journalist group. In an exclusive interview with the South China Morning Post, Elise Donovan, the executive director of BVI International Finance Centre, which is a government body that promotes financial services, said the island's Premier and Finance Minister Orlando Smith would personally come to Hong Kong to officiate at the opening. Source: http://tinyurl.com/bqpueqb
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