It is an exciting time to be in the insurance business in the Cayman Islands. The industry is vibrant and there is an energy here that is fostering and is fostered by, innovation.
Delaware is one of the world’s fastest growing captive insurance domiciles. Steve Kinion, Delaware’s captive regulator, talks with US Captive about the innovations he has introduced to steer the domicile towards record growth.
Having further strengthened its regulatory team and with captive formations reaching new heights in 2012, Missouri is fast cementing its position as the domicile in the heartland of the US, as John Rehagen reports.
The captive industry is facing another broadside from regulators attacking those accused of tax avoidance. CICA and others are speaking out against such sweeping attacks and making clear the value proposition of captive insurance.
With the NRRA putting self-procurement tax in the spotlight, US Captive takes a closer look at the merits— overstated or otherwise—of setting up shop close to home.
Arbitration offers captives the opportunity to reach relatively speedy and informed decisions in insurance and reinsurance disputes. Here, we discuss the pros and cons of arbitration vs. litigation with David Kessaram.
The government of Bermuda is determined to ensure its regulatory regime remains flexible and competitive.
Bermuda has experienced another bumper start to the year. Shelby Weldon, director of licensing and authorisation at the Bermuda Monetary Authority, outlines why 2013 has been such a success so far.
Domicile selection presents a lot of questions, particularly in today’s uncertain regulatory environment. Captive International spoke to representatives from four domiciles to suss out what captive owners should look for when selecting a home for their captive.
On 25 March 2013 the Insurance (Amendment) Law (the “Amendment Law”) was enacted to allow Cayman Islands segregated portfolio insurers (“SPC insurers”) to incorporate their cells for the first time.