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About the Firm

The firm began operations in 1983 with Myrna R. Walwyn as the sole attorney but over the years the Chambers have expanded to include other associates. Myrna R. Walwyn and Associates has a diverse clientele which includes persons from all classes of society both locally and internationally.

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Locations & Jurisdiction

Nevis 

Nevis is an island in the eastern Caribbean and, along with its sister island St. Kitts, form the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis.

St. Kitts and Nevis obtained independence from Great Britain in 1983. The official language is English and the legal system is firmly rooted in the English common law. The official currency is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar (EC $), but the United States Dollar is widely used and accepted. The very stable rate of exchange is EC $2.68 per U.S. $1.00, and this has remained so for many years.

Nevis is governed by the Nevis Island Administration, and is internationally known as a premier jurisdiction for international financial services. The island's international financial sector was launched in 1984 and, since then, a series of very modern and progressive international financial services legislations has placed Nevis as a vibrant international financial center.

As a tourist destination, Nevis is known as the "Queen of the Caribbean". Its un-spoilt natural beauty is breathtaking. The island boast miles of the most beautiful beaches and is the home of the internationally renowned Four Seasons Resort Nevis, a five diamond resort providing its guests with the highest quality service in the industry.

Anguilla

Anguilla is a British dependent territory located in the eastern Caribbean. The island was formerly a part of the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis, but broke away from that union in 1981. Its constitutional structure today is similar to that of the Cayman Islands, The British Virgin Islands and Bermuda.

The island's international financial services sector was officially established in 1994, and since then, the jurisdiction has made a name for itself as a principal international financial center, providing international trusts and international business corporations (IBCs). IBCs can be incorporated in Anguilla quite easily and there are limited reporting requirements.

P.O.Box 84, Main Street, Charlestown, Nevis, W.I.
Telephone: 869-469-5645/5933
Facsimile: 869-469-1161

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