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R&Q completes novation from a Cayman segregated portfolio company

2 October, 2015

Randall & Quilter Investment Holdings Ltd. (“R&Q”) is pleased to announce the novation of liabilities from a Cayman segregated portfolio company to the R&Q owned segregated account company R&Q Quest (SAC) Limited.

The segregated portfolio company was established for the purpose of accepting workers’ compensation and employers’ liability risks in the state of California.

Ken Randall, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of R&Q, explained “We are delighted to complete this novation.  This deal continues to show our market leading position in providing captive exit solutions and we are pleased to have executed a deal in Cayman, one of the world’s premier captive domiciles”.

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R&Q completes novation from a Cayman segregated portfolio company

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