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British Virgin Islands Business Registry


British Virgin Islands Business Registry | Bestar
British Virgin Islands Business Registry | Bestar

British Virgin Islands Business Registry


The British Virgin Islands Business Registry (BVI Business Registry) is a division of the British Virgin Islands Financial Services Commission (FSC). It is responsible for maintaining the BVI Company Register, which contains a public record of all companies registered in the British Virgin Islands.


The BVI Business Registry also provides a number of other services to businesses, including:

  • Incorporation of companies

  • Registration of business names

  • Registration of trademarks

  • Registration of intellectual property

  • Provision of information on corporate law and regulations

To access the services of the BVI Business Registry, you can visit their website or contact them by phone, email, or fax.


Here are some of the benefits of registering your business in the British Virgin Islands:

  • Tax benefits: The British Virgin Islands is a tax haven, which means that there is no corporate tax, income tax, capital gains tax, or inheritance tax.

  • Confidentiality: The British Virgin Islands has strict confidentiality laws, which means that your personal and financial information will be kept private.

  • Speed and efficiency: The BVI Business Registry is known for its efficient and streamlined business registration process.

  • Flexibility: The British Virgin Islands offers a variety of corporate structures, which gives you flexibility in choosing the right structure for your business.

If you are considering registering your business in the British Virgin Islands, you should consult with a qualified professional to discuss your specific needs and requirements.


Incorporation of Companies


To incorporate a company in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) through the BVI Business Registry, you will need to follow these steps:

  1. Choose a company name. The company name must be unique and must not be similar to the name of any other company registered in the BVI. You can search for available company names on the BVI Business Registry website.

  2. Select a company type. The BVI offers a variety of company types, including international business companies (IBCs), limited liability companies (LLCs), and exempt companies. You should choose the company type that is best suited for your needs.

  3. Prepare the incorporation documents. The incorporation documents for a BVI company include the Memorandum of Association and the Articles of Association. These documents can be prepared by a lawyer or by a company formation service.

  4. Pay the incorporation fee. The incorporation fee for a BVI company is US$350. You can pay the incorporation fee online or by check.

  5. Submit the incorporation documents to the BVI Business Registry. You can submit the incorporation documents online or by mail. If you are submitting the documents by mail, you must send them by registered post.

Once the BVI Business Registry has processed your incorporation documents, you will receive a Certificate of Incorporation. This certificate confirms that your company has been incorporated and is in good standing.


Here are some additional things to keep in mind when incorporating a company in the BVI:

  • You must have at least one director and one shareholder for your company. The director and shareholder can be the same person.

  • The director and shareholder of your company must be at least 18 years old.

  • Your company must have a registered office address in the BVI. You can use the address of your registered agent as your registered office address.

  • Your company must have a registered agent in the BVI. A registered agent is a locally licensed person or company that is responsible for receiving official correspondence on behalf of your company.

If you have any questions about incorporating a company in the BVI, you should contact the BVI Business Registry or a qualified professional.


Here are some of the benefits of incorporating a company in the BVI:

  • Tax benefits: The BVI is a tax haven, which means that there is no corporate tax, income tax, capital gains tax, or inheritance tax.

  • Confidentiality: The BVI has strict confidentiality laws, which means that your personal and financial information will be kept private.

  • Speed and efficiency: The BVI Business Registry is known for its efficient and streamlined business registration process.

  • Flexibility: The BVI offers a variety of corporate structures, which gives you flexibility in choosing the right structure for your business.

If you are considering incorporating a company in the BVI, you should consult with a qualified professional to discuss your specific needs and requirements.


Registering Your Business in the British Virgin Islands


If you are considering registering your business in the British Virgin Islands, consult with a qualified professional from Bestar. Bestar is a leading provider of corporate services in the BVI, and they have a team of experienced professionals who can help you with all aspects of business incorporation, including:

  • Choosing the right company type for your needs

  • Preparing the necessary incorporation documents

  • Submitting your incorporation documents to the BVI Business Registry

  • Assisting you with obtaining a registered office address and registered agent in the BVI

  • Providing you with advice on BVI corporate law and regulations

Bestar can also help you with other aspects of running your business in the BVI, such as:

  • Accounting and bookkeeping

  • Tax planning

  • Payroll management

  • Company administration

  • Corporate governance

To contact Bestar, you can visit our website or call us at +65 62994730.


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