AILO chief to bow out of ‘dynamic industry’ after 47 years
Alan Morgan-Moodie is to retire as chief executive of the Association of International Life Offices (Ailo), a post he has held since 2010.
‘Monstrous’ offshore bond tax regime ripe for review
In a wide-ranging review of the tax treatment of pensions and savings income, the UK’s Office for Tax Simplification has called for HM Revenue & Customs to launch a review into life insurance withdrawals.
Is the pan-European pension plan a flop in the making?
The pan-European personal pension product aims to make long-term savings simpler while providing greater mobility across EU borders but there are critics that say the scheme, unless radically rethought, is doomed to fail.
Analysis: The future’s bright post Paradise Papers
Having borne the brunt of the media scrutiny following the Paradise Papers hack, key figures in the international life insurance industry have hit back and defended the Isle of Man and other international financial centres.
PEOPLE MOVES: Jersey, Lombard Int’l, Stanhope Capital
The States of Jersey has named a chief officer of its financial services team, while Lombard International Assurance has created a general counsel role for its European operations. Stanhope Capital has secured a former Mexican finance minister for its board.