Fiona Le Poidevin of Guernsey Finance, describes how captive owners continue to view Guernsey as an attractive domicile, and presents new evidence to support her claims.
Malta continues to attract rising levels of captive business to its shores, as Dr Matthew Bianchi explains.
Drawing upon proximity to the UK and a studied independence from the mainland, the Isle of Man enjoys a position as an international captive domicile of some reputation. Here, its strengths are outlined.
Increased exposure to cat losses in Asia is encouraging firms to consider insurance to mitigate rising risk costs. Captives are set to form a key part of these efforts to contain risk exposures, writes Dwane Feehely.
It has been a good year for captive redomestications, with Cayman playing to its unique strengths in 2011. Clayton Price details why Cayman can expect further captive interest in the coming years.
Richard Coles, chairman of Cayman Finance, outlines Cayman’s ongoing success as a captive and financial domicile.
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.
Significant health care reform is afoot in the US under the guise of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Developments are likely to have significant implications for Cayman and international captives.