After you create a company in BVI and it's up and running, you'll need to make sure it's fully compliant with the law at all times so you don't encounter any difficulties. That's where we can help.
It's true that there are fewer requirements for companies in BVI than in other jurisdictions, but there are still things you must do, such as keeping your accounts in order. We're pleased to offer our comprehensive accounting and bookkeeping services so you can free yourself of this time-consuming administrative task and concentrate on your business.
We recommend that when you establish a company, you have all your statutory documents notarised and with an apostille stamp. This has the effect of making them legal in almost every jurisdiction in the world. You never know when you might need your company documents or a certificate of good standing to show to potential business partners elsewhere before proceeding with a potential deal. We can have them notarised in no time and in almost any language, so that you have them on file when the need arises.
You'll certainly want a business banking account when you form a company in BVI. Instead of trying to handle it yourself, which can sometimes be an exhausting affair, we are able to provide offshore banking introductions so that you can quickly and easily get your account set up and use it for trading.
Many firms in BVI require expert advice on long-term planning, including such issues as access to finance and acquisitions, and our expert consultants are available to tell you what you need to know. We can also ensure your intellectual property, such as your trademark and logo, is protected from infringement in BVI by having it registered at the Intellectual Property Unit of the Registry of Corporate Affairs.