White Rock, the Aon-owned company that launched the first protected cell company in Guernsey in 1997, has expanded the concept to a seventh domicile in the District of Columbia, US.
White Rock also operates protected cell companies in Bermuda, Gibraltar, Guernsey, Isle of Man, Malta and Vermont. It now manages 250 cells, with a value of circa $700 million in gross written premium, and over $2.6 billion in assets.
Dermot Finnerty, group managing director of White Rock, said: “I am delighted to announce the launch of our seventh domicile in the District of Columbia as White Rock and Aon build on the significant traction we have gained since first introducing protected cell companies. We now manage a total of 250 open cells, another significant milestone for us, and a testament to the hard work, specialist insight and professionalism of the Aon and White Rock teams.
As reinsurance and capital markets continue to converge, we are seeing increasing demand for protected cell solutions for market access, fronting solutions, insurance-linked securities (ILS) facilitator cells and warehousing solutions.
Over the past twenty years since White Rock’s establishment we have delivered innovative solutions to our clients looking at alternative vehicles to manage their risks. Our laser focus on our clients, combined with the excellent potential for growth over the next 12 months, mean that 2019 is set to be another exciting year for White Rock.”
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