AIG chooses Luxembourg for post-Brexit subsidiary

The momentum behind Luxembourg as Europe’s post-Brexit hub for insurance grows after...
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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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Captive industry responds positively to Lloyd’s Luxembourg preference

Lloyd’s of London has yet to announce its choice of European Union...
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Luxembourg license 5 new captives, but lose 15

There were 15 reinsurance captive licences surrendered in Luxembourg during 2016, while...
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Telefonica to replace Luxembourg captive

Multinational telecommunications and broadband giant Telefonica has formed a new captive in...
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WTW bullish over captive growth in Europe

Paul Owens and Nicolas Léonard, of the Willis Towers Watson global captive...
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Exclusive: Sogecore shareholders agree to acquisition

The shareholders in European independent captive manager Sogecore have finally agreed to...
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Dublin and Luxembourg no closer to introducing PCCs

The will of captive managers and prospective middle market clients to have...
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Luxembourg captive turns to management business, targets middle market

The driving forces behind Builders Re and Builders Direct, two of the...
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Exclusive: Sogecore in advanced takeover talks

A takeover of Sogecore, the largest independent captive manager in Luxembourg, could...
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Luxembourg PCC discussions making progress

The proposal to introduce the protected cell company (PCC) concept to Luxembourg...
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Luxembourg captive assigned rating after releasing equalisation reserves

Hochtief, the German construction giant, has successfully completed an internal loss portfolio...
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Luxembourg makes net loss of 7 captives in 2015

The Commissariat aux Assurances, Luxembourg’s insurance regulator, has reported to Captive Review...
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PCC move could “change the dynamic” of Luxembourg, industry reacts

Captive managers believe Luxembourg’s interest in facilitating protected cell companies (PCCs) could...
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Luxembourg captives are ready for Solvency II – Claude Wirion

Claude Wirion, director of the Commissariat aux Assurances in Luxembourg, believes the...
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Exclusive: Luxembourg considering introduction of PCCs

Luxembourg, Europe’s leading onshore domicile for the formation of captives, is planning...
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Europeans more open to captives in 2014 – Sogecore

European companies are beginning to open up again to the captive insurance...
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Luxembourg captives not implicated in aggressive multinational tax avoidance – Rod

Victor Rod, Luxembourg’s director of the Commissariat aux Aussurances, has told Captive...
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Negative movement for Ireland's captives

The number of captive insurance entities licenced in Ireland has decreased by...
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Guernsey signs TIEAs with Switzerland and Hungary

Guernsey has signed Tax Information Exchange Agreements (TIEAs) with Switzerland and Hungary....
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Guernsey signs DTA with Luxembourg

Guernsey has signed a Double Taxation Arrangement (DTA) with Luxembourg. This is...
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Solvency II not fit for purpose in regulating captives

The Solvency II Directive (S II) is not appropriate for the regulation...
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E&Y report highlights key liability management role for investment funds

A new report by Ernst & Young says investment funds may play...
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White Rock launches in Isle of Man

Aon’s White Rock has launched a protected cell company (PCC) in the...
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Labuan has become Asia’s most pro-active captive domicile as it looks to reboot the continent’s captive...
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Steve Tunstall is general secretary of the Pan Asia Risk & Insurance Management Association and...
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The merger of Willis and Towers Watson has helped to create the next generation in...
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I would like to start by congratulating Dan Towle on his appointment as the next...
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Robert Gagliardi, head of AIG’s captive management and US Fronting operations, speaks to Captive Review...
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