Turks and Caicos is the world’s leading domicile for a specific reinsurance programme the Niche Hybrid Reinsurance Company (previously known as the Producer Owned Reinsurance Company or PORC). A niche hybrid reinsurance company is similar to a Captive, but the insurance operations associated with its business are mainly controlled by [...]
Modern legislation: An updated insurance Ordinance The insurance laws in TCI are widely recognized as innovative in their approach. The Insurance Ordinance of 1989 (amended subsequently) permits the creation of purpose designed insurance programmes to fit the precise needs of the captive client and therefore allows for a range of [...]
Legislation for financial services has existed in the Turks and Caicos Islands since the 1970s. In fact, the jurisdiction was the first to introduce international business companies and is now a world leader in niche hybrid reinsurance companies. However, the TCI has never been listed on any official international blacklists.
The financial services sector in the Turks and Caicos is characterized by several long-standing practitioners who provide high-end service to all sizes of clients, supported by experienced accountants, lawyers, bankers and insurance managers.
The Turks and Caicos Islands offer a link between European, Caribbean, North & South American and Asian financial centers. They are in the same time zone as the US Eastern seaboard and only a 75-minute flight from Miami. In addition, they are easily accessible by frequent direct flights from Atlanta, [...]