Monthly Archives: December 2017

Get A Room? Hotels, PE and the BVI – Part 2

In what I fear may be the least anticipated sequel since Sharknado 5, the second part of this blog looks at two real world scenarios, taken from recent transactions in the hospitality sector, that illustrate the flexibility of the BVI’s corporate code and why it matters for investors in this space. Both are based on transactions which we recently completed, but with names and certain details changed to protect client confidentiality.

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A solid investment – the BVI as a home for collective funds

As Chair of the BVI Investment Funds Association, I eagerly awaited the publication of the Capital Economics Report like a kid in the run-up to Christmas.

The BVI has a long-standing reputation in this industry for excellence, dating back to the publication of the Mutual Funds Act in 1996, but we have never had the statistics to back up every practitioners’ firm belief in the jurisdiction that we have one of the globe’s largest and most flexible fund jurisdictions.

Until now.

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