Bermuda as a captive domicile for the Latin American market

Since the idea of a captive insurer was first conceived in the 1960s, Bermuda has been a leading jurisdiction in providing innovative captive and alternative risk transfer solutions.

There are currently over 800 pure captives domiciled in Bermuda. Over the past several years, Bermuda has seen a significant increase in interest from Latin American entities and ‘Multilatinas'. The reasons for this, together with conjectures concerning the future direction of the market, are explored in this paper.

Topics covered:
• Why the increase in momentum from Latin America?
• World's largest domiciles.
• Bermuda's Latam TIEAs.
• What does Bermuda have to offer?