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Deal Protections: Market Practice Analysis
Against the background of a growing merger and acquisition market, a swelling number of bidders seek protection for their deals.
Bermuda
17 Oct 2017
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BMA's New Approach For Commercial Insurers
Continuing its recast of the Bermuda regulatory regime applicable to the insurance industry, the Bermuda Monetary Authority...
Bermuda
18 Jul 2016
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The Role Of ILS In Portfolio Diversification
Insurance-linked securities (ILS) are financial instruments issued by insurers and reinsurers to manage their exposure to low-frequency but high-severity losses.
Bermuda
22 Jun 2015
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Jersey Insurance Business Transfer Schemes
According to a report earlier this year published by Grant Thornton (Global Insurers – Mergers & Acquisitions) "… improved macroeconomic conditions in developed countries, allied to the availability of attractive financing options is having a positive effect on [insurance] firms’ appetite to re-enter the M&A market."
Jersey
26 Nov 2014
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Why Bermuda Is The Natural Domicile For Life (Re)Insurers
Bermuda has long been known as a centre of excellence and innovation in the world of (re)insurance.
Bermuda
16 Oct 2014
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Bermuda Makes Key Changes To Clarify Life Insurance Legislation
Bermuda's Life Insurance Amendment Act 2014 became operative on 24 June 2014 and makes two key amendments to the Life Insurance Act 1978.
Bermuda
4 Aug 2014
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Captive Domicile Of Choice For Latin America
Latin America has become an emerging market for Bermuda's world-leading captive insurance industry.
Bermuda
26 Jun 2013
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Prison For Directors Breaching A Freezing Order
A freezing injunction is an order granted under Rule 7.16 (f) of the Isle of Man Rules of the High Court of Justice 2009.
Isle of Man
12 Feb 2013
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Jersey Ready To Go As An Insurance-Linked Securities Domicile
The use of insurance-linked securities ("ILS") to transform insurance risks to the capital markets has increased and evolved over the last decade, and the trend is expected to continue.
Jersey
6 Dec 2011
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Guide To Insurance Companies In Guernsey (October 2011)
Guernsey is well renowned for its insurance industry, which has origins dating back to the 18th century and has an excellent reputation for innovation and professionalism in international insurance.
Guernsey
21 Oct 2011
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Long-Term Insurer Reclassification Requirements
The Bermuda Monetary Authority (the "BMA") has published a press release to advise that in accordance with the Insurance Amendment (No. 3) Act 2010 (the "Amendment Act") every insurer that registered as a long-term insurer on or before 31 December 2010 shall apply to the BMA, before 30 September 2011, to be reclassified as a Class A, Class B, Class C, Class D or Class E long-term insurer.
Bermuda
16 Sep 2011
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The Modern World
The British Virgin Islands (BVI) has for some time been among the top five offshore jurisdictions in the world for the domiciliation of captive insurance vehicles.
British Virgin Islands
12 Jan 2011
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No Power To Vary A Fixed Trust
In the recent case of In the Matter of the Turino Consolidated Ltd. Retirement Trust [2008] JRC100, the Royal Court considered the variation of a fixed trust.
Jersey
18 Jul 2008
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The Duty Of Full And Frank Disclosure: Zeller V British Caymanian Insurance Co Ltd
The issue in Zeller v British Caymanian Insurance Co Ltd was whether a material non-disclosure had been made by an insured in completing a proposal form relating to the relevant insurance cover.
Cayman Islands
10 Jul 2008
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Bermuda´s New Solvency Capital Requirements
Bermuda is shortly to introduce new risk-based capital standards for insurance companies. The purpose of the Bermuda Solvency Capital Requirement ("BSCR") is to allow the Bermuda Monetary Authority ("BMA") to analyse the impact and probability of failures among regulated insurers.
Bermuda
20 Jun 2008
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Insurance Update: Summary of the Insurance Amendment Acts of 2006
Recent legislative amendments in Bermuda have bolstered the powers of the Bermuda Monetary Authority (“the BMA”), the independent body charged with the supervision and regulation of the financial services industry on the island.
Bermuda
 
30 May 2007
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Insurance Update
Cayman is developing into a 21st century model of how capital markets can meet the needs of reinsurance. The scope for new capital markets vehicles to underwrite reinsurance risk is growing, and Cayman has the professional infrastructure and the legal, regulatory and tax environment to welcome them. Following several active hurricane seasons, Cayman has become a centre for catastrophe insurance securitisations and sidecar reinsurance vehicles.
Cayman Islands
 
30 May 2007
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Reinsurance Arbitration in Bermuda
Reinsurance Arbitration in Bermuda
Bermuda
 
13 Jan 2006
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Mutual Companies
There has long been a significant number of mutual companies on the Bermuda register, particularly shipping mutuals, known as Protection and Indemnity (P&I) clubs, whose purpose is to obtain coverage for risks such as hull damage, strike loss, war risks, freight, demurrage and defence.
Bermuda
 
14 Oct 2005
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