BVI companies and administration services with omcgroup.com
BVI companies and corporate services with OMC Group? The offshore industry has been developing in the BVI since the 1980s. This is one of the oldest offshore zones in the world. Around 40% of all offshore companies are domiciled in the BVI. The reason for that is not only a favorable geographical position of the islands. The legislation that regulates the activities of the offshore companies registered in the BVI is quite transparent and the recent amendments have put it in conformity with the international efforts to fight money laundering. The British Virgin Islands is a reputable offshore jurisdiction.
Fund management business: Means the conduct of an activity that requires the legal entity to hold an investment business license pursuant to section 4 and category 3 of Schedule 3 of the Securities and Investment Business Act, 2010. Category 3 of Schedule 3 of the Securities and Investment Business Act, 2010 reads as follows: Sub-category A: Managing Segregated Portfolios (excluding Mutual Funds) Sub-category B: Managing Mutual Funds Sub-category C: Managing Pension Schemes Sub category D: Managing Insurance Products Sub-category E: Managing Other Types of Investment. Reference should be made to SIBA and to the FSC Code for a more detailed understanding of these concepts. It should be noted that management of funds is contrasted with the business of being a custodian of investments, which falls within Category 5 of SIBA.
Records and Underlying Documentation: StartingfromJanuary, 15th 2016 all companies shall keep records and underlying documentation for a period of at least five (5) years. In case the records and underlying documentation are kept in a place different from the registered agent’s office, the registered agent shall be informed about the physical address where the records and underlying documentation are kept and the name and address of the person responsible for their custody. EveryBC must have a Registered Office and a qualified Registered Agent in the BVI. Number and Classes of Shares: The “authorized capital” and “share capital” concept, as we know it, no longer exist under the BVI BC Act. The BVI BC Act specifies the requirement for the Memorandum to state the maximum number of shares that the company is authorized to issue. See additional information on BVI companies.
If you aim for the former group, you should consider everything carefully. Some no-tax jurisdictions are changing their policies fast. They are starting to impose taxes and regulations on certain kinds of income and business activities. And some places have a really bad reputation in the business world. These are the ones you should avoid. Bad-reputation jurisdictions would cost you a hard time opening a bank account and running your company. In particular, banks in Singapore or Hong Kong are very concerned about opening an account for companies in tax havens. The same goes with customers and clients. They would also be concerned to do business with your company if it is incorporated in such jurisdictions.
The continued OMC Group success is reflected in our commitment to serve our clients as a TOP PRIORITY. Our well-established presence is made up of a fully owned network of offices in major financial centers. Through this global system, our clients gain access to a unique multinational family-style organization which can support their needs and provides a variety of corporate services including company formation in accordance with major standards in the industry to comply with the new business requirements. OMC will offer a full range of company formation services in the most recognized jurisdictions including Anguilla, Belize, Bahamas, BVI, Cayman, Hong Kong, Nevis, Panama, Delaware USA, Seychelles, among others. We invite you to partner with us and join the ranks of those who have already benefited from the world-class service rendered by our reliable workforce. See extra info at OMC Group.