Nova Dies British Virgin Islands (BVI) International Business Company (IBC) functions as a business shell covering a consortium of international trusts and other asset managers investing in natural resources and mining industry.
Its shares are controlled through a complex trust scheme and its management is nominally performed not by a Board of Directors but by a Management Company, subsidiary of Nova Dies itself. However, it is speculated that Nova Dies scheme mostly covers investments of Colombian, Dutch, Greek and Congolese interests.
Founded in 2010, its official seat exists in the offshore haven of the Island of Tortola in British Virgin Islands, but its business core is located in Piraeus Greece. There, Nova Dies retains a Customs and Transportation Management Representative Office, as most of Nova Dies non-financial operations concern imports of coltan and other minerals through the sea route Dar es Salaam (Tanzania)-Port of Piraeus. In Piraeus, the mineral shipments are unloaded and distributed throughout Eastern Europe by a network of trans-Balkan land routes coordinated from Piraeus. Nova Dies also operates a secondary Cargo Management Office in the Port of Rotterdam Free Zone (Netherlands), a Financial Management Office in Nicosia (Cyprus) and an Investment Management Office in Madeira International Off-Shore Business Centre (Portugal).
A key characteristic of Nova Dies is that it employs no operational or managerial staff. It is rather managed by a network of independent agents, lawyers, trustees and representatives. This network further intermediates between the company and numerous independent contractors hired for executing the actual corporate operations.
Furthermore, Nova Dies does not retain any assets itself, as it only functions as a management company performing investments on behalf of its clients, exercising the ownership and management rights of other corporate and trust schemes on their own corporate and financial assets and administrating networks of third affiliated companies.
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