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Bermuda Joint Ventures

March 2010 Updated on 31 March 2010

Bermuda's history, reputation and profile in the business community offer a high level of comfort to investors and onshore regulators. More than 70% of the Fortune 100 companies maintain a presence in Bermuda. While Bermuda is somewhat less known in the Middle East than the Cayman Islands or the BVI, Bermuda entities are increasingly used to facilitate MENA inbound and outbound investment by leading corporations, financial institutions and sovereign wealth funds entering into joint venture arrangements. This article explores some of the reasons why Bermuda is a compelling choice for setting up such joint venture vehicles.

 

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Bermuda Joint Ventures

03 March 2010 Updated on 31 March 2010

Bermuda's history, reputation and profile in the business community offer a high level of comfort to investors and onshore regulators. More than 70% of the Fortune 100 companies maintain a presence in Bermuda. While Bermuda is somewhat less known in the Middle East than the Cayman Islands or the BVI, Bermuda entities are increasingly used to facilitate MENA inbound and outbound investment by leading corporations, financial institutions and sovereign wealth funds entering into joint venture arrangements. This article explores some of the reasons why Bermuda is a compelling choice for setting up such joint venture vehicles.

 

To continue reading full articles in PDF format:
Bermuda Joint Ventures

 

 

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