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About BWCI

Established in 1979 the BWCI Group is the largest firm of actuaries and consultants in any International Finance Centre globally. We provide a broad range services to our clients based in the Channel Islands, the UK and internationally.

Both Guernsey and Jersey are widely respected as international finance centres with a comprehensive range of financial and investment services. They each have their own legislation and have strong but fair regulation and supervision. As a result the Channel Islands are an ideal location in which to conduct business.

News from BWCI

Life expectancy: An international view

Richard Wright

In the quarter 2 2018 edition of Bandwagon we noted how the UK has been experiencing a slowdown in mortality improvements since 2011. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) subsequently released the results of an international study, which looked at recent changes in life expectancy. The ONS’s study suggests that the UK’s recent experience is not unique.

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Guernsey Insurance Regulation Changes

Clair Le Poidevin

In April of this year, the Guernsey Financial Services Commission (the “Commission”) launched a public consultation on a number of proposed changes to insurance regulation in the Bailiwick, in a document entitled “Insurance Regulation Omnibus Consultation Paper”.

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Protecting Scheme Assets

Carl Stanford

Previous articles have highlighted the importance of monitoring investment managers’ performance and carrying out a review of fees to ensure that they represent value for money. However other checks, such as ensuring the correct investment management fees have been invoiced, or that a change in investment strategy has been implemented correctly could be overlooked.

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