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.
Les Boughner and Dennis Hardwick outline the state of play facing the industry and how captives are responding to changing regulatory conditions.
Geoff Cook details Jersey’s leading position as an offshore financial domicile and explains why the island has grown increasingly attractive to the international captive industry
John Batty talks to EMEA Captive about the strength of the Isle of Man’s offering, and explains how recent legislative developments have made it an increasingly attractive domicile for the captive industry.
Malta is faring well as a leading European domicile. Here Dr Matthew Bianchi outlines the island’s continuing success.
Jordan has been forging ahead as a captive destination on the crossroads of Europe and Asia. Firas Abd-Alhadi outlines the case for the state as an emerging captive hub.
Akshay Randeva talks to EMEA Captive about Qatar’s captive offering and how the emirate is looking to differentiate itself from the international competition.
There are few more dynamic domiciles globally than Labuan in Malaysia. The tropical paradise has taken off as a captive domicile, and its attractions—both geographic and regulatory—are outlined here.
Captive growth expectations in the EMEA region
As the mood music for global corporate governance and regulation develops, Bermuda responds to the changing beat .