Global Reinsurance: The Cayman Islands and Guernsey are both successful captive centres, despite their geographical distance. What key differences exist between the islands?
Captive domiciles turned their eyes to the east for new formations, but the hoped-for influx is failing to materialise.
Gibraltar's efforts to become an alternative insurance market may now be coming to fruition.
An international initiative aimed at harmonising tax treatment across onshore and offshore locations could blunt the competitive edge of certain captive domiciles. But the US has stopped short of fully supporting the proposals.
Interest in establishing European-based captives continues.
Changes in the European captive landscape over the past year.
More sophisticated risk management techniques combined with tighter conditions in the conventional re/insurance market bode well for captive formations around the world.
Alternative risk programs can boost satisfaction, control and revenue in hardening times.
Catherine Graham anticipates a continuing bright future for Dublin's re/insurance sector.
The aims and achievements of DIMA.
Lincoln Trimble outlines the role of captives in a hardening market.
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