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Application Of The Cayman Islands Country-By-Country Reporting Regulations To Insurance And Captive Insurance Companies
As part of the Cayman Islands' ongoing commitment to international tax transparency, the Tax Information Authority (International Tax Compliance) (Country-By-Country Reporting) Regulations ...
Cayman Islands
19 Feb 2018
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Brexit And Guernseys Captive Insurance Industry
The outcome of the UK referendum on 23 June 2016 to leave the EU was both shocking and unprecedented but Guernsey is well positioned to meet any challenges.
Guernsey
24 Jul 2017
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A Sturdy Jurisdiction
Captive Review (CR): How will Brexit affect Guernsey's captive insurance industry?
Guernsey
15 Jun 2017
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Investing In Real Risk – Guernsey's Growing ILS Sector
I always found complex physics and chemistry less challenging than the twisted logic of economics when I was a young student.
Guernsey
20 Apr 2016
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Recent Developments In The Funding Of Litigation In Jersey
There have been significant developments in the United Kingdom during the past two decades in the funding of commercial litigation.
Jersey
17 Aug 2015
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International Comparative Legal Guide - Insurance & Reinsurance 2015
Mark Helyar discusses Guernsey - Insurance and Reinsurance 2015, published in ICLG 4th Edition.
Guernsey
4 Mar 2015
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Emerging Opportunities In Asia For BVI Products
The British Virgin Islands (BVI) is the world’s leading corporate domicile, with approximately 454,000 active companies and over 500 active limited partnerships.
British Virgin Islands
18 Feb 2015
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Bedell Contribution To Insurance And Reinsurance Cross Border Guide
Mark Helyar is the only contributor from the Crown Dependencies included in the International Comparative Legal Guide to Insurance and Reinsurance 2014.
Guernsey
10 Mar 2014
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Cayman Companies Law: Incorporations/Registrations And Generally Utilising A Cayman Islands Company Is Now Even Easier!
Some of the many advantages of registering a company, exempted trust or limited partnership in Cayman are: tax neutrality, which means investors and their corporate activities are not subject to additional layers of taxation over and above those of their home country; a well established legal regime, reasonable reporting requirements, flexible corporate structures and an expedited registration process (using the General Registry’s (the "Registry") express service, new companies, trusts and partn
Cayman Islands
 
10 May 2012
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Cayman Cat Bonds
Paul Scrivener, head of the insurance group at Cayman Islands law firm, Solomon Harris, takes a look at the catastrophe bonds industry and the role played by the Cayman Islands.
Cayman Islands
3 Feb 2011
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Captive Emigration
In this day and age, certainly in the Western Hemisphere, there is a great deal of jurisdictional choice when it comes to captive domicile. Onshore within the United States no less than twenty four States now have captive insurance legislation.
Cayman Islands
1 Feb 2010
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Too Many Captives?
Congratulations! Despite the volatile market conditions permeating the business world, you may have acquired a business in continuation of the growth of your operations.
Cayman Islands
6 Mar 2009
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SPC Wisdom To Be Drawn From SPhinX?
The segregated portfolio company (SPC) continues to be a much used vehicle in the Cayman Islands insurance industry.
Cayman Islands
17 Mar 2008
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SPCS - To Convert Or Not To Convert?
Under Cayman's progressive protected cell legislation it has been possible for some time now to convert an existing captive into a segregated portfolio company. Paul Scrivener, head of the Insurance Group at Solomon Harris reviews why this might be done and the steps involved.
Cayman Islands
12 Feb 2007
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Segregated Portfolio Companies – any drawbacks?
Protected cell legislation exists in a number of jurisdictions around the world with the major offshore jurisdictions taking the lead in this respect.
Cayman Islands
5 Jun 2006
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Segregated Portfolio Companies – Firmly in the Mainstream?
Seven years on from its introduction as a new statutory vehicle in the Cayman Islands, the segregated portfolio company, or SPC for short, is now firmly established and here to stay, particularly in Cayman’s thriving insurance sector.
Cayman Islands
12 Jan 2006
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Financial Services in the Cayman Islands
Paul Scrivener explains why the Cayman Islands has come to be known as one of the world’s leading international financial centres.
Cayman Islands
29 Sep 2005
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