Brexit & EconomyPoliticsBritish Virgin Islands sign bilateral TIEAs

British Virgin Islands sign bilateral TIEAs

Offshore financial centre joins list of jurisdictions entering into agreements with Nordic countries

The British Virgin Islands has signed bilateral tax information exchange
agreements (TIEAs) with the six Nordic countries.

The Faroe Islands, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden signed the
agreements in Denmark on 18 May, according to
tax-news.com

Dancia Penn, minister of health and social development for the British Virgin
Islands signed the agreements.

Further Reading:

Offshore
centers push multilateral TIEAs

Bermuda
signs eight new tax exchange pacts

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