This is a short guide to solvent voluntary liquidations of companies incorporated in the British Virgin Islands. It is not intended as a substitute for full legal advice but more as an aide memoire to the procedures involved.
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On 8 July 2016, the Limited Liability Companies Law, 2016 (LLC Law) came into force in the Cayman Islands. The LLC Law introduces a new type of corporate vehicle in the Cayman Islands, the limited liability company...
Following industry consultation in early 2016, the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) has published an updated policy on exemptions from the annual audit requirement for regulated Cayman Islands investment funds (the Policy). The Policy...
Investment funds established in the Cayman Islands fall into two broad categories: open ended funds and closed ended funds. This guide deals with closed ended funds, which typically are established in the Cayman Islands as limited partnerships.
Investment fund vehicles established in the Cayman Islands continue to be extremely popular amongst investment managers and investors alike. The Cayman Islands has established a dominant position in the field of offshore investment funds, due to its
This guide discusses the law surrounding companies in the Cayman Islands and includes information about types of companies, administrative requirements, shares and fees.
This guide examines directors' various duties under Cayman Islands law, including common law duties, statutory duties, and duties under the jurisdiction's insolvency, fraudulent trading, theft, fraud, securities and money laundering laws.
This Harneys guide incorporates the latest updates regarding record keeping obligations for BVI companies, partnerships, trusts and other organisations.
Harneys offers Mauritius legal services through an association with BLC Chambers, which has produced this guide titled Mauritius Insolvency Law in 60 Seconds.
This guide lists the necessary steps in preparing for the Common Reporting Standard (CRS) on automatic exchange of information in relation to Cayman funds.