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Redomiciliation of companies in and out of Cyprus

Redomiciliation of companies in and out of Cyprus

This guide provides an overview of the redomiciliation of companies in and out of Cyprus, including a detailed breakdown of the application process.

Practically Speaking: Episode three - Pushing the envelope
Fund Services

Practically Speaking: Episode three - Pushing the envelope

During this episode of the Practically Speaking podcast series, Rachel Graham and Amy Roost discuss the ins and outs of de-enveloping BVI companies.

Practically Speaking: Episode two - Bringing your BVI company to an end: strike off vs liquidation
Economic Substance

Practically Speaking: Episode two - Bringing your BVI company to an end: strike off vs liquidation

In our second episode, Transactional Partner Rachel Graham and Director of Client Services Amy Roost discuss the options available when a BVI company has reached the end of its useful life, with a particular focus on the ongoing annual reporting obligations under the economic substance regime.

Practically Speaking: Episode one - The impact of Covid-19 on economic substance compliance and directors duties
Economic Substance

Practically Speaking: Episode one - The impact of Covid-19 on economic substance compliance and directors duties

Transactional Partner Rachel Graham and Director of Client Services Amy Roost, host the first episode of our new podcast series: Practically Speaking. This series was launched to provide our listeners with practical advice and insights on issues applicable to stakeholders of BVI entities. We hope that the series will be of interest to directors, shareholders, trustees, corporate service providers and others concerned with BVI entities.

Bringing your BVI company to an end: strike off vs liquidation
Corporate Services

Bringing your BVI company to an end: strike off vs liquidation

A BVI company has no limit on its duration (unless provided otherwise in its memorandum or articles). Indeed, this firm continues to act for many companies incorporated in the very early days of the International Business Companies Act - now approaching 40 years ago. The majority of companies do, however, at some point reach the end of their useful life and directors and shareholders need to be aware of the options available. The introduction of reporting obligations under the economic substance regime which continue while a company is struck off the register mean that is more important than ever to be well informed.