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BVI Finance launches content series on local financial services industry

BVI Finance recently announced the launch of its new fact-based content series, titled BVI360, dedicated to showcasing the full picture of the territory’s financial services industry.

The Chief Executive Officer of BVI Finance Elise Donovan explained that the purpose of the series comes at an appropriate time given the ongoing conflict and increasing inflation across the world. She noted this has led to many leading economists predicting a global recession in 2023.

“Now more than ever, the role of the British Virgin Islands (BVI) as a facilitator of investment, trade, and economic growth has become paramount,” said Donovan.

She explained that over the coming weeks, BVI360 will not only highlight the territory’s financial services industry, but it will also showcase the BVI’s expertise and talent and explain how the BVI as a leading jurisdiction continues to evolve.

“As an agile, innovative and resilient financial centre, while being able to adjust regulatory changes and rebound from economic challenges, natural disasters and global pandemics, the BVI remains the jurisdiction of choice,” Donovan said.

The BVI360 Series was commissioned from Pragmatix Advisory by BVI Finance. Pragmatix Advisory is a London-based Business Consultancy Firm whose website describes its job as helping businesses, trade associations and public bodies overcome their biggest challenges through the intelligent and pragmatic use of research and analysis.


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  1. Business partner slogan says:

    seems to have left out the belief about eventually ‘giving’ the business to the local partner!

  2. Wondering says:

    How much is this costing the people of the BVI? Was this contract tendered? How much is it? Sounds like we paid a fortune for some flowery words that actually say not much. Please stop wasting taxpayers money!

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  3. Anonymous says:

    The BVI cannot ‘remain’ the jurisdiction of choice when it never held that position in the first place. Clients may incorporate their companies in the BVI, but most are managed or administered elsewhere.

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