In the silver anniversary year of the Cayman Captive Forum,
Cayman Captive magazine gathered a group of experts to discuss the
current state of the industry and the opportunities that lie ahead.
Linda Haddleton, chair of the Insurance Managers Association of
Cayman, was unable to attend, but she sent a statement refl ecting
her view that the captive sector in Cayman Islands is healthy.
“What I look at is not total numbers but indicators of growth: new insurer
licences, new segregated portfolio companies (SPCs), new portfolio
incorporated companies (PICs), new members in group captives, and
importantly organic growth in existing captives,” Haddleton said.
This year the Cayman Captive Forum will be celebrating its
25th anniversary, a period during which the Cayman Islands
has seen signifi cant growth in captive business, making it a
worldwide leading jurisdiction.
In order to gauge the atmosphere in the industry there, Cayman Captive
magazine gathered a panel of executives to discuss the current state of
the industry and the opportunities that lie ahead.
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