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VP Bank in the BVI

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Thanks to our location in the British Virgin Islands we enjoy flexible access to all the leading markets.

VP Bank (BVI) Ltd, situated on Tortola in the capital, Road Town, was established in 1995 as a wholly owned subsidiary of VP Bank Group. The company's full banking licence means it can offer the entire range of private banking services to private individuals, intermediaries and asset managers. As the country’s only private bank, VP Bank (BVI) Ltd. remains the most sought-after bank for bespoke investment and asset management services, supported by the renewed “A” credit rating for the VP Bank Group from Standard & Poor’s. The bank is also the premier quality property financer in the BVI, providing mortgages and construction loans for residential and commercial property in the territory.

Our team of experienced, international specialists brings together a wealth of expertise in all areas of the finance sector and operates with the help of a modern, sophisticated booking and trading platform. Because of our worldwide infrastructure our clients have the flexibility to engage in delayed trading and enjoy full access to all the leading markets, with the option of holding assets and trading in US dollars and most globally-traded currencies. The bank acts as a valuable “get-together” for global investors and family office networks. This enables them to realise their full potential..

Core competencies of VP Bank in the BVI

  • Private banking services for private individuals
  • Financing of mortgages and construction loans for properties within the BVI
  • Services for intermediaries and asset managers
VP Bank BVI
Opening hours
Mo-Fr 8 am - 5 pm

VP Bank (BVI) Ltd
VP Bank House · 156 Main Street · P.O. Box 2341
Road Town
Tortola
VG1110
British Virgin Islands

Tel
+1 284 494 1100
Fax
+1 284 494 1144

SWIFT address:
VPBVVGV1

Worth knowing about the BVI financial centre

The financial centre in the British Virgin Islands (BVI), a UK overseas territory in the Caribbean, is dominated by business in offshore financial services. Since the mid-1980s companies have been allowed to set up offshore entities on the islands. The registration and licensing fees for such tax-exempt companies now account for more than half the income of the BVI government. Banking confidentiality is embedded in local law. The local currency is the US dollar.  The BVI is increasingly positioning itself as a responsible international financial centre.