Proper care and attention is needed when registering a company in the British Virgin Islands (BVI), due to differing requirements and procedures. Here at Coddan we can handle it for you so that your new enterprise will be established with no problems that could affect its running later on.
In order to establish a company in BVI, you must first choose what kind of structure you want, as there are a number of types. We can help you decide which is best suited to your needs, whether it's a company limited by shares or guarantee, or an unlimited company, as well as several others. The application is made at the Registry of Corporate Affairs, and it must be done by an approved local registered agent, which we can appoint for you.
One of the attractions of company formation in BVI for overseas clients is that the names of the directors and shareholders don't appear in the public register and are therefore kept confidential. It is required, however, that this information, as well as other details about the company, be kept at the company's registered office. If you don't have an office in BVI or would rather not use one you have there, we can supply an official registered office for registration purposes.
As with any jurisdiction in the world, the name of your new company must be in compliance with company law, as there are a whole range of restrictions on what you can use. So that your application won't be rejected at the outset, we'll first check that your proposed name is not already in use, or similar to one that is, and that it doesn't include any banned words.
You'll find that to incorporate a company in BVI using Coddan's services couldn't be easier. We have designed a number of attractive incorporation packages, all competitively priced, and you can get your company registration in BVI under way just by using our straightforward online application form.