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 LEGISLATION

 
The Investment Business Act 2003 (the “Act”) is the statutory basis for regulating investment business in Bermuda. The Act provides for a licensing regime for any person or entity (unless otherwise exempted or excluded) engaging in investment business, either in or from Bermuda.

Primary Legislation

  • The Investment Business Act 2003
  • The Investment Business Regulations 2004
  • The Investment Business (Exemptions) Order 2004
  • The Investment Business (Client Money) Regulations 2004
  • The Investment Business Appeal Tribunal Regulations 2004

For copies of Investment Business legislation listed above, visit the Legislation section of this website. 

 

Associated Legislation

  • Proceeds of Crime (Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorist Financing Supervision and Enforcement) Act 2008
  • Financial Intelligence Agency Amendment Act 2008
  • Proceeds of Crime Amendment Act 2009
  • Financial Intelligence Agency Act 2007
  • Proceeds of Crime Regulations (Supervision and Enforcement) Amendment Act 2010
  • Anti-Terrorism (Financial and Other Measures) Act 2004
  • Proceeds of Crime (Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorist Financing) Regulations 2008
  • Proceeds of Crime (Designated Countries and Territories) Order 1998
  • Anti-Terrorism (Financial and Other Measures) (Business in Regulated Sector) Order 2008
  • Proceeds of Crime Act 1997

For copies of AML/ATF legislation listed above, visit the Legislation section of this website.  

  • Companies Act 1981

For a copy of the legislation listed above, visit the Legislation section of this website.