European captive owners battling with home domicile decisions

External and internal pressures are forcing large European corporates to consider whether...
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UK tax case carries Beps implications for captives

International insurance groups and offshore captive owners should study the outcome of...
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Isle of Man and Malta sign CbC reporting agreements with IRS

The Isle of Man and Malta have joined Guernsey and Ireland as...
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What does a good captive look like?

FERMA published an extensive Beps document in June designed to help Europe’s...
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OECD provides guidance on intra-jurisdiction reporting

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has added further guidance...
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EY appoints HMRC veteran to help tackle Beps

EY has boosted its London-based expertise concerning the OECD’s Base Erosion and...
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FERMA proposes captive guidance to OECD and national tax authorities

The Federation of European Risk Management Associations (FERMA) has proposed a series...
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It is not our goal to demonise captives – OECD

Draft guidelines for transfer pricing in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and...
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76 jurisdictions support OECD’s multilateral convention on Beps

An “innovative multilateral convention” has been signed or supported by 76 countries...
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Owners beginning to executive their Beps plans – Anup Seth

Captive owners, particularly those from Europe, are beginning to act on the...
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New beneficial ownership regime nears in Cayman

The new beneficial ownership regime in the Cayman Islands will come into...
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OECD announces “wave of activations” for country-by-country reporting

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has provided an update...
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Solvency II equivalence beneficial to Bermuda’s captive market – Jeremy Cox

One year on from achieving Solvency II equivalence Jeremy Cox, CEO of...
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Tax authorities to be given more captive intel

The Country-by-Country Reporting (CBCR) prompted by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and...
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Beps – Where Are We Now?

Beps remains front and centre on the captive radar, particularly in Europe.  Stephen...
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Beps pushes PCCs down the agenda in Luxembourg

The Commissariat aux Assurances in Luxembourg is prioritising its response to the...
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ECIROA has ‘constructive, technical’ meeting with OECD

Representatives from the European Captive Insurance and Reinsurance Owners’ Association (ECIROA) met...
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Singapore’s Beps response a positive step – Aon

Singapore’s move to withdraw its tax exemption for captives and bring it...
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Position of Strength

Captives domiciled all over the world will need to evaluate their operations...
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FERMA meeting with OECD just the start – Carl Leeman

Carl Leeman, chairman of the Working Group on Captives for the Federation...
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Year in Review: David Lewis

As 2016 draws to a close, Captive Review has asked a number...
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Sophisticated captive owners and Solvency II reaction impresses ECF delegation

Delegates at the 2016 European Captive Forum found the captive insurance industry...
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Beps and global programme compliance uniting captive associations – ECF

Captive insurance association leaders believe working in collaboration, whilst recognising “who has...
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Looking ahead to ECF 2016

The 2016 European Captive Forum is less than one week away and...
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News Analysis: EY Aims to Provide Industry Voice on BEPS

EY is building a working group to lobby the OECD and ensure...
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European captives surviving soft market pressures – A.M. Best

There are multiple challenges ahead for the European captive industry, but established...
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French tax authorities expected to take closer look at captives

Tax audits of large multinationals by the French tax authorities are expected...
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Exclusive: EY building working group to engage OECD on Beps

EY, the multinational professional services firm, is recruiting industry leaders and experts...
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FERMA weighs in on Beps debate by publishing position paper

The Federation of European Risk Management Associations (FERMA) has made a vigorous...
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Is the OECD interested in understanding captives? – Guenter Droese

Guenter Droese, of the European Captive Insurance and Reinsurance Owners` Association (ECIROA),...
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Captive associations worldwide need to fight against Beps – ECIROA

Udo Kappes, chairman of the European Captive Insurance and Reinsurance Owner`s Association...
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Industry must make captive case as Beps project marches on – Fabrice Frère

Fabrice Frère, managing director of Aon Risk Solutions in Luxembourg, has called...
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Captive Review June Edition

The theme of this June edition of Captive Review is most certainly...
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Beps is not a box ticking exercise – Fabrice Frère

Captive owners must realise that satisfying the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and...
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Panama Papers an early challenge to UK’s new transparency law

The United Kingdom’s Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 (SBEE) came...
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Guernsey well prepared for BEPS scrutiny – Dominic Wheatley

The well-developed and skilled insurance industry in Guernsey means the jurisdiction is...
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How will BEPS affect captive insurance in the US?

No longer can America’s captive industry focus solely on compliance with the...
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EU cites offshore reinsurance arrangements in latest anti-BEPS measures

The European Union (EU) looks set to increase its scrutiny of multinationals’...
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Free Webinar: BEPS could produce a “wild west” tax approach to captives

Tax authorities around the world could take a “cowboy” attitude towards captive...
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Transfer pricing and recharacterisation key BEPS concerns for captives

Multinational corporations and tax experts should be watching on with great interest...
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BEPS cannot be ignored and will impact domiciles – Ian Kilpatrick

Captive jurisdictions, both onshore and offshore, need to wake up to the...
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Captives face BEPS challenge from tax authorities

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) published its final package...
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The annual Captive Manager Survey always provides an interesting snapshot, collating trends and opinion from...
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Gerjan Delhaas has been captive and finance manager for insurance at AkzoNobel since January 2014....
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The expert contributors featured within the Captive Review Global Programmes report are focused on guiding...
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Captive Review has reported extensively on the Avrahami v Commissioner case, including commentary from the...
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Paul Woehrmann and Florence Tondu-Mélique, of Zurich, provide insight into the latest market observations and...
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