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Toughing it out again

Bermuda, Cayman and Caribbean, Europe28-11-2013Colin Freeman and Richard L. Zulick

Achieving investment returns on cash, fixed income and other perceived ‘safe’ instruments continues to be difficult in today’s market environment. Colin Freeman and Richard Zulick of Barclays explore the optimal level of portfolio risk captives could potentially achieve in the face of such conditions.

The bumpy road to outperformance

Bermuda, Cayman and Caribbean28-11-2013

Managed mutual funds have the potential to outperform their benchmarks, but their prospects are generally slim. Brian Wimmer, Sandeep Chhabra and Daniel Wallick of Vanguard warn that captives need to take a longer view when it comes to their fund performance expectations.

Macroeconomic determinants and investments

Bermuda, Cayman and Caribbean, North America28-11-2013

Ed Goard of Munder Capital explores the delay in the Fed’s programme of QE tapering and what this will mean for captive investment strategies.

Cayman: driving on

Bermuda, Cayman and Caribbean, Cayman Islands21-11-2013

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.

Cayman introduces incorporated cell legislation for insurance sector

Bermuda, Cayman and Caribbean, Cayman Islands28-03-2013Solomon Harris

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.

Cayman gets it

30-11-2012Clayton Price

With many European countries addressing sovereign debt issues and the impact of quantitative easing still yet to materially affect the US economy, the Cayman Islands continues to move forward, with a rating of Aaa.

Steady growth ahead - Cayman

30-11-2012Cindy Scotland

Despite initial concerns that competition would slow the growth of the captive industry in the Cayman Islands, 2012 has ultimately been successful for Cayman , and the industry is showing no signs of waning.

Cayman: onwards and upwards

30-11-2012

Richard Coles, chairman of Cayman Finance, outlines the success of another sterling year for the Islands’ captive sector and looks forward to this year’s Cayman Captive Forum.

The captive value proposition

30-11-2012Cayman Captive

Many pluses accrue to a parent from owning a captive: stability of pricing, freedom from the commercial market and improved long-term cash flow, to name just a few.

Adding in another line

30-11-2012Cayman Captive

Captive parents are increasingly considering adding additional and more complex lines to the roster. What lines can they potentially add and what are the benefits of doing so?

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