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Who is a Company Manager?

A Company Manager is an entity that carries out company management business only, which is defined by the Company Management Act, 1990 as, "the provision of company management services for profit or reward in or from within the Virgin Islands".

I am interested in establishing a trust in the BVI, how should I proceed?

Information with respect to establishing a trust in the BVI should be directed to a General Trust Company or Legal Advocate in the British Virgin Islands. A listing of these persons can be obtained from this website.

What criteria are used to determine whether an applicant for a licence is & "fit and proper"?

In determining whether an individual is "fit and proper" the Commission will consider: (a) honesty, integrity and reputation (b) competence and capability and (c) financial soundness, of the principals and companies associated with the applicant.

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