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BVI company’s suspicious transactions investigated by US federal law officials

The news agency published information about the previously undisclosed complex web of financial transactions, which involved the transfer of money from Russia and Switzerland to the British Virgin Islands, Bangkok and New Jersey. The suspicious money transfers involved the participants … Continue reading

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BVI company’s shares temporarily suspended on AIM

Premier African Minerals Limited announced that trading of its ordinary shares on the AIM stock exchange had been temporarily suspended from July 2, 2018, pending publication of the company’s annual report and accounts, which should have been published by June … Continue reading

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UK accepts amendment forcing BOTs to make public registers of beneficial owners

The amendment to the Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Bill, which was strongly opposed by the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), still was accepted by the UK government. According to the new provisions to the legislation, British Overseas Territories will … Continue reading

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Companies from British Virgin Islands to buy East Anglian properties

The companies registered in Guernsey, Jersey, the British Virgin Islands and the Isle of Man are revealed to be the biggest overseas buyers of property in East Anglia. Since 2015, offshore firms from these tax havens have spent more than … Continue reading

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Polo Resources Limited announced suspension of AIM trading

BVI-registered mining and exploration group Polo Resources Limited announced on 18 October, 2017 that it did not finish the appointment of a replacement nominated adviser by 19 October 2017, as it is required by the London Stock Exchange. As a … Continue reading

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BVI company involved in Iceland’s former Prime Minister’s tax payment issues

It became known that Wintris, an offshore company registered in the British Virgin Islands and owned by the wife of former Primer Minister of Iceland, failed to pay taxes in Iceland for a period of several years. The existence and … Continue reading

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UK Government investigates cases of possible tax evasion by landlords

Transparency International UK has published a report informing that London properties are being purchased anonymously through companies. The organisation investigated the cases, and found that more than third of properties sold in a new Kensington and Chelsea development areas were … Continue reading

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Public statement issued on Anmaric Enterprises Corporation

BVI FSC issued public statement regarding the company named Anmaric Enterprises Corporation, to inform the public that it has never been licensed or regulated by the Commission to carry on any type of financial services business in the jurisdiction. Anmaric … Continue reading

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BVI FSC issues public statements on E-Crypto Trade & Finance Group and ZAR Solutions Limited

The British Virgin Islands Financial Services Commission issued public statements concerning the companies named E-Crypto Trade & Finance Group, Inc. and ZAR Solutions Limited, in order to protect the public interest, and the interests of any customers or creditors of … Continue reading

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Capital Economics reports BVI companies allowing to avoid US$750mln tax

According to the new report by British company Capital Economics, the assets held offshore in the BVI jurisdiction are worth US$1.5 trillion, twice more than the 2010 statistics of the International Monetary Fund. Two thirds of the BVI-registered companies are … Continue reading

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