A self-governing overseas British territory, tourism generates almost half of the Islands’ national income with the rest coming from the finance industry.
Most major taxes do not apply in the British Virgin Islands. There are no investment restrictions or minimum capital requirements, and there are no restrictions on share classes or currency.
In the British Virgin Islands, all bicycles must have a licence plate.
The legal system, essentially derived from Common Law, is very well established. Testament to this is the fact that more than 400,000 international business companies are registered there. Registration of mutual funds and related management companies is also on the increase.