BVI Economic Substance reporting: Time is running out
The vast majority of BVI companies will need to ensure their registered agent is able to upload their economic substance report into the Beneficial Ownership Secure Search system (BOSS) before 30 December 2020.
Every relevant entity will need to report, even if they are not conducting one of the relevant activities or are going to claim the “non-resident” exemption from the economic substance requirements by virtue of their tax status.
As a director or controller of a relevant entity, failure to show that you have taken reasonable steps to demonstrate that you have considered your entity’s position under the economic substance legislation and/or failing to be able to produce robust evidence of classification may result in penalties and fines.
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