South Africa revisits cell regulation, declines legislative route

South Africa’s regulators have published an update to its policy proposals concerning...
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Gibraltar to open PCCs up to third-party business

Protected cell companies (PCCs) domiciled in Gibraltar will be permitted to write...
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London’s ILS hub has a familiar look

With London’s insurance-linked securities (ILS) hub set for an autumn launch, Guernsey...
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Puerto Rico adds two PCCs, 108 cells in 2016

Puerto Rico’s Department of Economic Development and Commerce has reported one pure...
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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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Healthcare and middle market top beneficiaries of Cayman cells – Paul Scrivener

The ability to form segregated portfolio companies (SPCs) in the Cayman Islands...
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The Legal Standing of Segregated Business Forms

Nigel Feetham, senior partner at Gibraltar law firm Hassans and an expert...
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PCCs a missed opportunity, but London has time to evolve its ILS offering

The insurance-linked securities (ILS) and captive markets have responded positively to the...
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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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PCCs could provide Solvency II relief for middle market

Europe’s smaller captive owners looking to mitigate the burden of Solvency II...
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First legal memorandum on cell captives published

A Gibraltar-based lawyer, expert in legal issues concerning segregated business forms, has...
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Fitch updates position on PCCs following landmark court ruling

Fitch Ratings has altered its view on protected cell companies (PCC) in...
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PCC experts hail “landmark” US court ruling

A Montana District Court case has reaffirmed the legal principles behind protected...
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A landmark decision for PCCs

Nigel Feetham is a partner at Gibraltar law firm Hassans. An expert...
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The PCC – Essential principles confirmed in first substantive judgment

The first substantive judgment (Pac Re 5-AT v. AmTrust N.A., Inc., No....
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Paul Woehrmann, of Zurich Insurance Company, considers the potential for more tailor-made services for captive...
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Jason Flaxbeard, of Beecher Carlson, discusses a possible future of insurance from a captive perspective...
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Our European readers may be forgiven for thinking all captive news centres on the other...
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Until Governor Bruce Rauner vetoed the new captive legislation in Illinois, this edition was going...
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Washington’s insurance commissioner Mike Kreidler has made it known he is putting more captive insurance...
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