Why BVI islands?

The British Virgin Islands (BVI) is a member of the British Commonwealth and self-governing in 1967. Its International Business Company (IBC) legislation introduced in 1984 enhanced the jurisdiction’s popularity. Flexibility has been a critical factor in explaining this phenomenal success.

The BVI has established a solid international presence and enjoys a reputation for its flexible and modern corporate regime, tax neutrality, respected legal system, political stability and effective regulatory framework.