Aon's Captive & Insurance Management team manages approximately 1,400 insurance entities worldwide including captives, protected and incorporated cell facilities, special purpose vehicles and specialist insurance and reinsurance companies.
In the past decade, Merlinos & Associates has assisted in the formation and operation of more than 200 alternative risk transfer mechanisms, including captives, risk retention groups, self-insurance funds, and workers’ compensation trusts.
Anguilla is a well-regulated jurisdiction with an up to date set of legislation and regulations aimed at providing captive managers and their clients with an appropriate and efficient service. The Financial Services Commission is well staffed with a large number of professionally qualified regulators allowing them to provide an excellent quality product.
Arizona has a stable and responsive team of professionals with the necessary experience to foster a sound and competitive captive program. We offer advantages that make it an attractive domicile. We are proud so many captives have selected the Grand Canyon State!
Bermuda is one of three major insurance centres, the most important property and catastrophe market, and the largest captive insurance market. The island also has the world’s largest share of ILS listings ($19 billion, more than 75% by Q1 2016).
Bermuda Commercial Bank Limited (BCB) provides tailored financial solutions and personal attention for business and private clients. We act as trusted advisors to our clients to craft efficient solutions for wealth preservation, asset management, corporate finance and management. We are the only bank in Bermuda focused solely on serving the local and international business community as well as high net worth clients.
Since 1991, BIAS has been providing captive insurers with premium investment management services, with the added convenience of being located in Bermuda and in Cayman. Our CFA led team of investment managers will ensure you receive faster, more personalised services, focusing on risk-control, investment performance and reporting.
The Financial Institutions Commission (FICOM) is an agency of the provincial government, which administers nine statutes, including the Insurance (Captive Company) Act, providing regulatory rules for the protection of the public in the province of British Columbia.
The British Virgin Islands has a robust legal and regulatory framework which offers a seamless approach to the formation of captive insurance companies. The BVI Financial Services Commission along with the highly qualified insurance sector service providers are well placed to meet the varied needs of those considering efficient and timely captive formation.