Regulation of Exempted Companies in Bermuda

Synopsis: An exempted company (“exempted company”) is a company, which is “exempted” from the requirements imposed on local companies by the Bermuda Companies Act 1981 (the “Companies Act”), in particular the requirement that at least 60% of the equity of a company must be owned and controlled by Bermudians.  This allows for an exempted company to be 100% foregin (i.e. non-Bermudian) owned and controlled.

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