Incorporate a BVI Company

BVI Company Registration fee: EUR 1795
Second Year / Renewal Fee EUR 1095
  • Registration of a BVI Company
  • BVI Office Address
  • Government Registration
  • Registered Office Address
  • Original corporate documents with apostille
  • Corporate Seal

» Incorporate Now «

Corporate nominee shareholder USD 450
Corporate nominee director USD 550
Private nominee director USD 895
Power of Attorney USD 350
Opening of Bank Account in Cyprus USD 650

BVI Company Registration

CCLOGIC Ltd will incorporate your company in the British Virgin Islands and ensure that you will receive the original documents as required, the following is included in our standard packages:

  • Incorporation of a BVI Company
  • Government Registration
  • Registered Office Address
  • Notarised set of documents
  • Apostille of notarised set of company documents
  • Courier Service

» Incorporate Now «

Below we made it easy and list the 3 required steps in order to look into a BVI Company registration through our services, it don't requires you to visit the BVI or our office everything is handled electronically.


  • The first step in the, once you decided to incorporate a company in the BVI you will need to complete the BVI Company application,which we will send to you once you reuqest it through our ticket system, or you can register the BVI company online in our store. Either way you will need to complete our BVI Company Application which has to be returned to us through the ticket system.
  • The second step, once you have completed the company application, please return it to us together with a utility bill not older than 3 months and a copy of your passport. As soon as we received the above an invoice will be generated which has to be paid in order to proceed. Please note, it is not required to visit the BVI or our office, everything can be handled through our ticket system, e-mail or Skype.
  • The final step, as soon as we have received your documents and the payment, we will proceed with the registration of the company, once it take place, we will inform you, send the original corporate documents to you electronically and ask for an address to courier the original corporate documents to.

About the British Virgin Islands The British Virgin Islands (BVI) is a British overseas territory, located in the Caribbean to the east of Puerto Rico. The islands make up part of the Virgin Islands archipelago, the remaining islands constituting the U.S. Virgin Islands. Technically the name of the Territory is simply the "Virgin Islands", but in practice since 1917 they have been almost universally referred to as the "British Virgin Islands" to distinguish the islands from the American Territory.[1] To add to the regional confusion, the Puerto Rican islands of Culebra, Vieques and surrounding islands began referring to themselves as the "Spanish Virgin Islands" as part of a tourism drive in the early 2000s.

The British Virgin Islands consist of the main islands of Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada and Jost Van Dyke, along with over fifty other smaller islands and cays. Approximately fifteen of the islands are inhabited. The largest island, Tortola, is approximately 20 km (approx. 12 mi) long and 5 km (approx. 3 mi) wide. The islands have a total population of about 22,000, of whom approximately 18,000 live on Tortola. Road Town, the capital, is situated on Tortola.

The British Virgin Islands enjoys one of the more prosperous economies of the Caribbean region, with a per capita GDP of around $38,500 (2004 est.)[5]


In the British Virgin Islands it has long been fashionable to talk about the "twin pillars" of the Territory's economy – tourism and financial services. Politically, tourism is the more important of the two, as it employs a greater number of people within the Territory, and a larger proportion of the businesses in the tourist industry are locally owned, as are a number of the highly tourism-dependent sole traders (e.g. taxi drivers and street vendors). Economically, however, financial services are by far the more important. Nearly 50% of the Government's revenue comes directly from licence fees for offshore companies, and considerable further sums are raised directly or indirectly from payroll taxes relating to salaries paid within the trust industry sector (which tend to be higher on average than those paid in the tourism sector).