Our insurance practice, led by partner Alan Craig, is recognised as holding a leading position among law firms in the insurance/reinsurance sector of the Cayman Islands and heads the market in both contentious and non-contentious insurance matters. The firm advises on the establishment of both captive insurers and reinsurance entities in the Cayman Islands and is lead counsel to the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility, a World Bank sponsored entity established to provide coverage to Caribbean governments in respect of hurricane and earthquake risks. Our lawyers have been involved in some of the most high profile and innovative structures applied to catastrophe risk and means of accessing the capital markets for insurance purposes.
Campbells is a first tier firm.
The practice includes corporate and regulatory work for insurers and reinsurers, whether captive or otherwise; advising local insurers on domestic insurance law matters; assisting in dispute resolution; and advising special purpose insurance companies, such as catastrophe bond issuers and finite risk vehicles. We also have extensive experience advising reinsurers from formation, through IPO, in connection with their on-going operations; and advising life insurers that operate internationally. In addition we provide advice to local and foreign insurers on their domestic operations and related regulatory matters.
Our firm is also actively involved in the development of insurance legislation and our partners provided significant input into the revision of the Cayman Islands Insurance law.
Clients include the largest insurance carriers in the Caribbean, domestic and international insurers and Lloyd’s syndicates.