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Kerry Anderson

Kerry Anderson

Partner

O'Neal Webster
British Virgin Islands

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Kerry has extensive experience includes advising on the sale and purchase of BVI companies, property financing, joint ventures, private placements, corporate restructuring, property acquisition and disposal, residential and commercial leases and general aspects of banking and commercial law. He advises domestic banking institutions generally on BVI banking law issues, as well as a growing international clientele on the establishment and operation of BVI mutual funds.

Bar Admissions

Admitted in Trinidad and Tobago - 1999
Admitted in the British Virgin Islands - 2001

Education

University of the West Indies (LL.B) 1999
Hugh Wooding Law School (C.L.E) 2001
Areas of Practice
Professional Career

Professional Associations

Member, Trinidad and Tobago Bar Association
Member, British Virgin Islands Bar Association



Professional Activities and Experience

Associate Attorney with General Commercial Practice - Mair & Co., Trinidad and Tobago 1999-2001
Blogs

Legal and Economic Significance of Offshore Finance in the British Virgin Islands
Posted on December 8, 2017
Practice Group: Banking & Finance - Caribbean

Please allow me to refer you to the article below, analyzing the legal and economic significance of off-shore finance in the British Virgin Islands:

International financial records recently stolen from two offshore services firms and 19 corporate registries maintained by governments were ...


Offshore Crypto Today
O'Neal Webster 

OffshoreCryptoToday tracks digital currency trends and FinTech in regulatory and policy developments around the world, primarily focused on offshore jurisdictions.

Articles

Navigating the British Virgin Island’s Economic Substance (Companies and Limited Partnerships) Act, 2018
O'Neal Webster, April 2019

The European Union continues to push out new rules aimed at offshore financial centers. Specifically, the Code of Conduct Group (CCG) within the EU’s Economic and Financial Affairs (ECOFIN) Council has determined that jurisdictions that fail to satisfy the CCG’s requirement to end “preferential treatment” for non-resident companies are to be deemed ‘non-cooperative’ and effectively blacklisted...

BVI Takes Lead in Establishing Simple, Transparent, and Inexpensive Incorporation for Microbusinesses Around the World
O'Neal Webster, April 2018

Microbusinesses are a growing, vibrant, and profitable economic segment throughout the world. Such enterprises provide flexibility for individuals to operate on their terms, according to their skills and passions. Microbusinesses generally are defined by modest annual sales and asset values and fewer than five to ten employees, including the owner, but varies by jurisdiction...

British Virgin Islands' New Limited Partnership Act Offers Significant Changes
O'Neal Webster, February 2018

Best-known for its stunning natural beauty—jewel-colored waters, soft sandy beaches, and lush mountain ridges—the British Virgin Islands also excels among her peers in the international financial services industry. Notably, the Territory is relentless in its pursuit of refining and advancing its financial services legal structures and complying with worldwide regulatory regimes...

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