Why More Chinese Businesses Are Choosing the BVI for Offshore Investment: A Move To Quality

Feb 21, 2019
| By Ashley Davies
The last few years have seen a steady flow of Chinese businesses choosing to incorporate entities in the British Virgin Islands (BVI), and Chinese lawyers seeking knowledge on the uses and advantages of BVI structures for their clients’ transactions. Ashley Davies, partner, corporate & finance Group, of Campbells, discusses what has perked the Chinese interest in the BVI.
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Over the last few decades, it is increasingly widely known that there has been a steady flow of Chinese businesses choosing to incorporate entities in the British Virgin Islands (BVI). And in tandem with the growing interest from Chinese enterprises looking to build businesses using the BVI, we are increasingly seeing more legal professionals based in China looking to become more knowledgeable about the uses and advantages of BVI structures for their clients’ transactions.

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