Amendments to Trust Law expected

Last year, government passed a bill that provided the industry with greater certainty and clarity with regard to wills in cases where a testator dies outside of the Cayman Islands.


OECD deems Seychelles’ preferential tax practice not harmful

The island nation had to conform to international standards on tax matters in relation to the implementation of measures against tax avoidance strategies that exploit gaps and mismatches in tax rules to artificially shift profits to low or no-tax location


Guernsey issues Brexit guides

This information will be regularly reviewed and updated as the outcome of the UK-EU negotiations becomes clearer in the coming weeks.


Cayman Islands captive count rises

Class B, C and D licensees totaled 703 — up from 696 in 2017 — with 21% of insurers in these groups were formed as segregated portfolio companies, according to the statement.


Burt opens new Brussels office

Mr Burt added that the new office had been set up because constant engagement with the EU was needed instead of “shuttle diplomacy”.