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Who we are?

Diligent Company Services is a service mark of CCP Financial Consultants Limited, a company which is fully licensed, regulated and authorized to provide Company Management Services in the British Virgin Islands. Established in 1991, our firm has grown to become a well-established and respected provider offering a wide range of premium financial services in the British Virgin Islands.  


What We Offer ?

At Diligent Company Services, we provide a gateway to people seeking to access some of the premium financial service products available in the British Virgin Islands.  We endeavor to provide a high level of service for a select group of products which have broad appealto an international audience, namely Incorporations, Liquidations, Ship and Trademark Registrations and various searches.


Why choose us?

We take our name seriously and believe in being truly "diligent" in the conduct of our business.  We pay high priority attention to your needs and take pride in providing all clients with our signature brand of excellent service.  We are there to assist you to get your business started and are there to also put you on the road to doing business successfully in the British Virgin Islands or on the world stage.

Trademarks Registration in BVI

Applicable Fees

  • Preliminary Review – $300.00
  • Trademark Registration (1 Class) – $800.00
  • Each Additional Class – $150.00

Additional fees will be incurred if there is opposition to the Trademark

Please note that it may take up to 10 months to complete the registration process

Registration of Trade Marks

Upon application made by or on behalf of any person or company claiming to be the proprietor of a trade mark, the Registrar of Trademark Registration in BVI may register a trade mark. In order for a trade mark to be considered eligible for registration in the BVI it must contain or meet one or more of the following criteria:

  • A name of an individual or firm printed, impressed or woven in some particular and distinctive manner; or
  • A written signature, or copy of a written signature, of the individual or firm applying for registration thereof as a trade mark; or
  • A distinctive devise, mark, brand, heading, label or ticket; or
  • An invented word or invented words; or
  • A word or words having no reference to the character or quality of the goods, and not being a geographical name.

A trade mark must be registered for particular goods or classes of goods. For more information or guidelines regarding trademark registration, please see: Trademark Guidelines. Standard due diligence procedures apply. If you do not have a pre-existing relationship with CCP you will be required to complete and submit your information for verification before we can provide services to you. The form for trademark registration in BVI can be found here.




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Application for Registration.

For the registration of a trade mark in the BVI the following documents are required:

  • A Statement by the Applicant which must contain:
    •  The name and address of the applicant, and
    •  The description or reference to a description of the trade mark to be registered,
    •  The class or classes of goods, and
    •  The particular description or descriptions of goods in such class or classes.
  •  In case of a trade mark already in use, the length of time during which it has been in used.
  • The above statement must be accompanied by a Declaration by applicant verifying the above statement and confirming that to the best of the applicant’s knowledge and belief, he is lawfully entitled to use the trade mark.
  • A Power of Attorney
  • Where a trade mark consists of a distinctive device, mark, brand, heading, label or ticket, an ink stamp showing the trade mark must be supplied.

Documents (2) and (3) must be notarized by a Notary Public and if signed outside of the British Virgin Islands they should be authenticated by Apostille or the closest British Consulate.

Filing of Application for Registration of a Trade Mark

The application for registration of a trade mark must be filed with the BVI Registry of Trade Marks and published twice in the BVI Official Gazette. Three months after the date of the first publication the Registry, if there has been no opposition, shall grant registration of the mark for a renewable period of fourteen (14) years and shall issue a certificate of registration. However within the three month period any person who claims to have a right to the trademark may file an application to oppose the application for registration.)

Assignment of Trade Mark

Trade Marks may be assigned however the document containing the assignment must be filed at the Registry of Trade Marks; this document must be acknowledged by a Notary Public. If filled by an agent, a power of attorney is required, authorizing the Agent to file it on behalf of the Applicant.

Preliminary Review

Before making a formal application it is optional but highly recommended that you carry out a preliminary review to identify potential roadblocks or opposition to registration and to determine if there are any similar trademarks already existing in the BVI database.

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