With Solvency II imminent, US captives are watching Europe’s new regulatory regime with interest. Some believe its implications will be significant. Some are convinced otherwise. US Captive addresses both sides.
Pierre Sonigo outlines the progress of European regulatory developments and explains why expected changes are as easy to understand as counting from one to five.
Yvette Essen provides an overview of the captive market, and indicates that there is cause for both opportunity and caution, with regulatory developments likely to have a significant impact on the sector.
EMEA Captive examines perceptions of the Solvency II regime in its present form, and asks industry players whether the regime is appropriate to the captive sector.
With uncertainties continuing over offshore domiciles and the likely impact of Solvency II , Shaun Brook examines the potential of the Middle East as a growing and competitive captive hub.
With the BMA’s new code of conduct imminent, Paul O’Neill addresses its implicat ions for Bermuda’s captive sector.
Bermuda’s decision to opt for Solvency II equivalence will have an undoubted impact upon its captive sector. Bermuda Captive discusses the merits of the decision.
Jeremy Cox, CEO of the Bermuda Monetary Authority, outlines the implications of Solvency II and the Authority’s new Code of Conduct, and explains that there is much to commend and little to fear from the new measures.
With a tax information exchange agreement with Canada due to be ratified in the country’s coming parliament, Bermuda Captive examines its implications for the Island’s captive sector.