Spanish authorities agree to ‘mediate’ La Linea special tax status

The Spanish ruling party's Andalucian arm will help to facilitate the introduction...
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Three captive domiciles removed from EU blacklist

Three captive insurance domiciles have been removed from the European Union’s (EU)...
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Bermudian govt. travels to Europe in bid to escape blacklist

The Bermudian government is sending a team to Europe in a bid...
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Anguilla Finance: Govt. ‘dedication’ kept island off blacklist

Anguilla Finance has hailed the government’s “hard work and dedication” after the...
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Guernsey meets EU’s substance requirements

Guernsey has met the European Union’s (EU) substance requirements for entities operating...
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Bermuda among jurisdictions blacklisted by EU

Bermuda has been blacklisted after failing to meet the European Union’s criteria...
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Anguilla releases economic substance requirements

The government of Anguilla has released its economic substance requirements as it...
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OECD scrutiny could trigger uptick in ‘rent-a-captive’ structures

The captive insurance industry has been looking at a number of ways...
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OECD scrutiny could trigger uptick in ‘rent-a-captive’ structures

The captive insurance industry has been looking at a number of ways...
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Aon urges life sciences businesses to form direct writing captives

Aon is promoting direct writing captives for life sciences businesses eager to...
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Written by Jeff Ellington, vice president of business development at Atlas Insurance Management. With unanimous...
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The insurance-linked securities (ILS) market is becoming a lot less “opaque”, but is still some...
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In recent times, managing reputation and mitigating the risk surrounding it has increased in importance...
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Often referred to as the “vultures” of the insurance world, the prominence of legacy liability...
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“When you go and hire the CEO of one of the biggest captive insurance managers...
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