Man's Power

O'Connor, Robert
August 2010
Best's Review;Aug2010, Vol. 111 Issue 4, p33
Trade Publication
The article reports on the decision of White Rock Insurance Co. PCC Ltd., owned by Aon Insurance, to form a protected cell company in the Isle of Man. According to Gaynor Brough, managing director of Aon, the move is part of the company's global captives strategy. Moreover, he adds that its protected cell vehicle allows smaller firms to isolate risk without expending on captive insurance.


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