Cayman Captive spoke with Cindy Scotland about developments to Cayman’s regulatory framework, the Islands’ decision to opt out of Solvency II and the authority’s ongoing commitment to international standards.
Cayman has opted to stay outside the framework of Solvency II equivalence—at least for now. Here, Cayman Captive explores the merits of the decision.
AM Best details how, despite the soft cycle, captive insurance entities have outperformed the commercial sector across a host of parameters.
The Canada–Cayman Islands bilateral tax information exchange agreement opens further doors for Canadian-owned captive insurance entities.
As the International Accounting Standards Board develops its reporting requirements, PKF’s Ben Leung and Rennie Khan examine the International Financial Reporting Standard 9 and its application for insurance.
CS Stars outlines the role that risk management data can play in informing key management decisions for today’s captive entities.
PointRight explains how strong data analytics can help captive managers build a profitable healthcare captive, even in a soft market.
Nexus Re’s Helen Stephenson outlines the specifics of the company’s risk-pooling structure and details its benefits to captive entities.
In the current interest rate environment, banks are forced to become more competitive. HSBC, one of the world’s largest banks, is well positioned to do just that.
Information technology is playing an increasingly prominent role in the running of captive entities. Here, its application in law, claims management and e-billing are explored.