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Insurance & Reinsurance Law & Regulation: Cayman Islands

30 Oct 2014

This chapter first appeared in the first edition of Insurance & Reinsurance Law & Regulation, published by Thomson Reuters in September 2014 as part of The European Lawyer Reference series.

In this chapter, John Dykstra and Abraham Thoppil provide an overview of the regulations and regimes governing insurance and reinsurance in the Cayman Islands.  Their contribution formed part of the first edition of Insurance & Reinsurance Law & Regulation, published by Thomson Reuters as part of The European Lawyer Reference series.

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