Guernsey grows registrations for collateralised reinsurance and ILS

The latest insurance and reinsurance entity registration figures from the Guernsey Financial Services Commission (GFSC) show that the domicile has continues to grow the formation of protected and incorporated cells, many ILS related, over the last year. The latest figures show insurance registrations in Guernsey for the last twelve months, to read the full article →

Guernsey, a leader in captives and protected cells, targets insurance-linked securities

Guernsey, one of the Channel Islands which sits in the English Channel south of the UK and close to France, is one of the world's leading locations for licensing and domicile of international insurance entities. It has long been home to captive insurers, protected cell companies (PCCs)and incorporated cell companies read the full article →

Robus quietly making a name for Guernsey in insurance-linked securities

You'd be forgiven for thinking that the insurance-linked securities market was strictly limited to Bermuda, the Cayman Islands and occasionally Dublin, Ireland. Looking through our Deal Directory of transactions those are the main domiciles which crop up as the home of ILS and catastrophe bond issuers. However there is activity read the full article →

Guernsey seeks to become a catastrophe bond SPV domicile

There's an interesting article (may require login) on the website which discusses Guernsey and its ambitions to continue to be the leading captive domicile in Europe but to also broaden its scope to take more advantage of reinsurance and its convergence with the capital markets through alternative risk transfer. Guernsey read the full article →