Thomas Leonardi, the Insurance Commissioner of Connecticut, is set to join investment bank Evercore.
Gibraltar has been rated as “overall largely compliant” for transparency and exchange of information for tax purposes by the Global Forum of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
Swedish security services firm Securitas AB can deduct $88 million in expenses from a captive insurance arrangement, the US Tax Court has ruled.
Tax consultancy firm FiscalReps has launched a new product aimed at providing the US insurance industry with a single solution to manage all of its tax and regulatory compliance requirements.
The organisers of Cayman Captive Forum have said they are on track to match or even surpass the record attendance of last year’s forum.
US captive insurers rated by AM Best have continued to outperform the commercial sector in every key financial measure. This is according to the rating agency’s latest report on the captive insurance sector.
The Missouri Captive Insurance Association captive forum is set to discuss the changing tax environment for captives.
The Gibraltar Financial Services Commission (FSC) has appointed Joe Perdoni as head of prudential.
The European insurance industry has maintained a path of stability and growth, even through times of crisis, according to figures released by Insurance Europe, the insurance and reinsurance federation for the EU.
Cayman and Colombia are set to sign a tax information exchange agreement on 1 July. The agreement will be the 36th signed by Cayman, with negotiations underway with another 14 jurisdictions.