Persons across the Territory including private/public sectors and students are invited to attend a two day conference which will focus on how innovation driven technology can transform the BVI’s economy.
The 2018 BVI Asia Trade Mission to five Asian cities completed its successful and productive two-week roadshow on Friday 15th June, with BVI hosting a trade conference in Shanghai with the theme “BVI: Asia’s International Partner in the Digital Era” held at the Ritz-Carlton Pudong.
Topic: Financial Services, International Affairs (including the British Virgin Islands International Finance Centre), Statutory Bodies | Posted By: DSmith
Tuesday, 5 June 2018 - 9:46pm
The BVI Asia Trade Mission 2018 began its two-week tour of Asian cities on the evening of Sunday, June 3, when Dr. the Honourable D. Orlando Smith, OBE, Premier and Minister for Finance of the British Virgin Islands, along with members of the delegation met with a significant potential investor in the tourism sector.
Following yesterday’s decision by the UK’s House of Commons to force the Overseas Territories to adopt public registers of beneficial ownership of companies, the Premier of the British Virgin Islands responded swiftly to reassure the financial sector and those who use its services around the world.
On 18th December 2017, BVI Finance in conjunction with the Government’s Committee to Revitalize Financial Services, initially made an announcement about mounting a Financial Services Opportunities Expo which is now set to take place on 22nd March, 2018.
BVI Finance and other stakeholders will be hosting a Financial Services Opportunities Expo on March 22nd to match job seekers and entrepreneurs with industry professionals to help fill opportunities within the financial services sector.
Topic: Clinics, Health Services, Immigration | Posted By: aphillip
Thursday, 14 December 2017 - 9:44am
Effective January 1, 2018, persons entering the British Virgin Islands for the purpose of work and to reside, now have the option to either submit medical certificates from their place of origin at the port of entry, as is the current practice, or to undergo medical examinations locally with a medical practitioner of choice.