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BVI Finance's Media Training Session held in conjunction with Martin Kenney and Co. Solicitors.
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It has been announced that Mr. Barry Leon will replace Justice Edward Bannister Q.C. as the Commercial Court Judge. The appointment, for three years, ...
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On 29 October 2014, 51 jurisdictions signed the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)Multilateral Competent Authorit...
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By Arabella di Iorio What do London, Paris, New York and Tortola have in common? If the ambitions of the British Virgin Islands (BVI) come to fruition, the answer will soon be that they are four of the most popular seats for international arbitration. The foundations for the BVI's ambitions were laid on 1 October 2014 when a new arbitration law came into force, replacing a tired statute based on the English 1950 and 1975 Arbitration Acts. The old 1976 act had done faithful service for nearly 40 ...
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BACKGROUND On 12 December 2008, the day after the arrest of Bernard Madoff, Shell applied to redeem its 46,708.1304 shares in Fairfield Sentry (Fairf...
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The Government of the Virgin Islands has taken further steps in strengthening its international relations by signing a Tax Information Exchange Agreem...
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