Starting a captive in Bermuda? What you need to know
Bermuda has seen a steady increase in new captives being formed as well as new structures, risks and geographies being covered. Matthew Carr of Appleby examines the most common questions the law firm receives relating to the Island.
The insurance lab of the world
Bermuda’s willingness to innovate is standing it in good stead, say Nick Frost and Tom McMahon of Davies Captive Management.
A rising tide: and ships are choosing Bermuda
Bermuda must remain innovative, nimble and wary of too much regulation to stay ahead of the game, according to a panel of experts in the captive insurance sector at a roundtable sponsored by Appleby.
Economic Substance compliance: what captives boards need to know
Bermuda’s Economic Substance legislation has now come into force. Strategic Risk Solutions’ Richard Daley outlines what captives boards should be thinking about to ensure they remain compliant.
Economic substance and Bermuda’s insurance industry
Bermuda’s insurers—and, by extension, captive insurers—have until July 1 to satisfy the government’s new economic substance requirements, which have a considerably broad scope. Janine Carey, associate at Appleby, has the details.
Regulations steering Bermuda captives ahead of the competition
Regulatory changes scheduled to be tabled before the Bermuda House of Assembly place Bermuda on a steady yet progressive footing to steer the captive market forward for years to come, says Matthew Carr, senior associate, corporate, of Appleby's Bermuda office.
Captive insurance outlook: 2018 and 2019
From high profile court cases to new regulations and M&A, 2018 has been an eventful year for the captive insurance industry—and 2019 could bring further changes. Nate Reznicek, director of operations at CIC Services, shares his views.
Captives and economic substance: too many shades of grey
Various captive insurance domiciles currently on the EU’s ‘grey list’ have been asked to address concerns relating to economic substance lest they get put on the blacklist. But what exactly does that mean? Captive International has the details.
Surrendered licences, 953(d) and beyond
US tax reform, natural catastrophes and new technologies are all shifting insurance market conditions, which is having an impact on captives in Bermuda, explains Gary Harris of Appleby.
Bermuda's captive insurance industry: a vote of confidence from the top
Ahead of the Bermuda Captive Conference in June, one of the captives industry’s best-attended events globally, Captive International sought the views of Jeremy Cox of the Bermuda Monetary Authority and Premier David Burt to assess how they characterise the Island’s enduring appeal for captives.