A report into Guernsey's "strong niche" insurance market, has identified areas to drive future growth.
Guernsey Finance will open a Hong Kong office in the first quarter of 2016 to focus on South-East Asia.
The Guernsey Financial Services Commission licensed 85 new international insurers during 2014 - 35% of which were UK-owned.
Dominic Wheatley, formerly at Willis, to replace outgoing CEO Fiona Le Poidevin on 1 December.
Willis Group Holdings has appointed Martin Best as the managing director of Willis Management in Guernsey.
Randall & Quilter Investment Holdings has acquired the entire issued share capital of Guernsey domiciled captive insurer Woodcroft Insurance Company.
Guernsey-based motor underwriter First Central Insurance Services is looking into a bond issuance to help it raise more capital to assist with its growth plans, which include an application for an alternative business structure licence.
JLT Insurance Management (Guernsey) has appointed Shaun Le Prevost to the board of the company.
Guernsey’s decision not to be a part of EU’s Solvency II has strengthened the country’s captive insurance sector – making it the largest in Europe today, according to a report by Timetric.
Randall & Quilter Investment Holdings has effected a novation of policies from Guernsey-domiciled captive insurer SL Insurance to R&Q Insurance.
Guernsey’s zero-10 corporate tax regime has been given the final seal of approval by the European Union.
The Guernsey Financial Services Commission has licensed 107 new international insurers in the past 12 months, according to figures from the Guernsey financial services regulator.
After taking over from Peter Niven in July, Fiona Le Poidevin is just three months into her role as chief executive of Guernsey Finance, the promotional agency for the island of Guernsey. She spoke to Francesca Nyman about raising Guernsey's profile, the…
Guernsey Finance has welcomed the announcement from the island's government that it is seeking to negotiate a partnership agreement with the US to implement the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act.
Guernsey has been ranked 28th in the latest Global Financial Centres Index, a barometer tracking the competitiveness of global financial centres published by research firm Long Finance.
Guernsey's revised zero-10 corporate tax regime has been given a clean bill of health by the European Union after previously being deemed harmful by regulators.
Guernsey has signed tax information exchange agreements with Italy and Latvia in an effort to increase transparency with the two European Union member states.
Hiscox Group's core entities insurer financial strength ratings have been upgraded to 'A+' from 'A'.
Guernsey's government may be unable to recover £2.6m after falling victim to a payment fraud, according to the island's deputy chief minister.
Willis Group Holdings has been issued with a full commercial lines licence to conduct insurance intermediary services in Guernsey under the Insurance Managers and Insurance Intermediaries Bailiwick of Guernsey Law, 2002.
The number of international insurance entities licensed in Guernsey grew by 52 during the first five months of 2012.
Solvency II has had more than its fair share of headlines recently but, as Fiona Le Poidevin explains, countries outside European Union jurisdiction or 'third countries' have to think carefully when considering whether or not to seek equivalence to the…
Fiona Le Poidevin has been promoted to chief executive with effect from 30 June.
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