Cindy Scotland outlines the progress the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority has made in the face of changing local and international re/insurance standards.
Mike Gibbs outlines exactly why Cayman is such an attractive destination for finance and dispels some of the myths propagated by the international press.
Cayman Captive spoke with representatives from PKF Cayman Ltd and EisnerAmper LLP about ongoing developments in Cayman’s regulatory and tax environment.
It has been a more than 30-year marriage between captives and healthcare. Monique Jackson examines how over that period the relationship has evolved.
Significant changes in healthcare provision are underway in the US. Mary Chmielowiec and Paola DiNatale outline the extent of these developments and how captives can best prepare for the changing environment.
Before considering buy-backs and dividends, captives need to fully understand the implications of returning funds to their parent companies, say Peter MacKay, Ian Bridges and Jennifer Reid.
Ed Goard and Michael Vandenbossche of Munder Capital Management, talk about investment strategies, the threat of inflation and what captives need to look for when considering an investment manager.
Damian Pentney discusses the scope and impact of changing FASB and IASB accounting standards, and their implications for the captive sector.
It has been 10 years since Robert Quinn first visited Cayman to promote the merits of trusts. Here he talks about his experiences.
Paul Scrivener takes a look at the catastrophe bonds industry and the role played by the Cayman Islands.