OIL (incorporations and corporate services)

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OIL -now Vistra
Industry Professional services
Founded 1986
Headquarters Hong Kong
Key people
Jonathon Clifton
(Group Managing Director),
Simon Filmer
(Deputy Group Managing Director),
Ernest Zheng
(Managing Director, China),
Helen Soh
(Managing Director, Singapore),
Nadine Feng
(Managing Director, Taiwan),
Effy Yeung
(Executive Director, Hong Kong),
Jessica Far
(Executive Director, Hong Kong)
Services International incorporations, post incorporation technical support, on-going corporate services.
Number of employees
3000 employees(June 2017)
Website vistra.com

In 2017 OIL rebranded as Vistra, becoming part of the Company Formation division.

Vistra is a versatile group of professionals, providing a uniquely broad range of services and solutions. Our capabilities span across company formations to trust, fiduciary, private client services, and fund administration. Vistra employs over 3000 employees in 73 offices across 44 jurisdictions.

History[edit]

OIL was established in Hong Kong 1986 and quickly grew its service offerings and expanded its geographic coverage. In 2011 OIL merged with Vistra before completely rebranding to Vistra in 2017.

Offshore 2020[edit]

The Offshore 2020 was annual market research conducted by OIL. The research focused on the key trends and future developments of the offshore and related industries, and reviewed issues such as market drivers and constraints, impact of the increasing regulations and jurisdictional popularity. The last Offshore 2020 was published in December 2015.

In 2017 Offshore 2020 was rebranded as Vistra 2020.

Previous Publications:

  • “Looking forward: An industry on the move”,[1] 2014 edition
  • “Perception and Reality: Forces driving the offshore industry”,[2] 2013 edition
  • “Opportunities and Challenges Facing the Offshore Industry”,[3] 2012 edition
  • “Insights into future trends and structure of the offshore industry”,[3] 2011 edition
  • “Insights into the evolution of offshore financial services in the region and what is driving it, 2010 edition

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Looking forward: An industry on the move". 17 November 2014. 
  2. ^ "Offshore 2020. Perception and Reality: Forces driving the offshore industry Report". Economic-s. 28 November 2013. Retrieved 9 July 2014. 
  3. ^ a b "Smoke, Mirrors and Offshore Regulation". China Offshore. 3 April 2013. Retrieved 9 July 2014. 

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