Global Vision, Local Wisdom

Focused

We are focused on our clients' needs and provide a service to suit their individual requirements

Practical

We deliver solutions in practical, commercial and cost-effective ways

Innovative

We seek innovative solutions to complex financial problems using advanced analytical tools and software

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

Mind Sports Challenge 2018

BWCI Group

Join us for the 17th Annual Mind Sports Challenge at Elizabeth College this October half term (29th Oct - 2nd Nov). The event is for students in school years 3 - 10. For further details about the event please see the Guernsey Mind Sports Facebook Page, email Jon at guernseymindsports2018@gmail.com or contact Tony Corfe: 07973 516718. Application form is available for download below.

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Life interests and family trusts

Amber Buckingham

Many individuals will ultimately receive an income which is guaranteed to be payable for the remainder of their life. Most commonly this is in the form of a pension, whether it be an annuity purchased from an insurance company, or a pension payable from a defined benefit pension scheme.

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Brexit Round-Up

Graydon Bennett

It is difficult to avoid discussions of the UK’s impending withdrawal from the EU, and this article must be prefaced with an apology to all readers who feel that they have read more than enough about Brexit over the last 2 years since the results of the referendum were announced. Here we take a different tack, and look at the potential impact of Brexit on insurance companies in countries outside the UK.

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