Chinese film industry growth to be fuelled from Guernsey

A GUERNSEY captive insurance structure which will support China’s growing film industry is set to be launched in the next couple of months.


Guernsey Finance, local practitioners and the Guernsey Financial Services Commission have worked closely with Hong Kong-based Joseph Yeung, executive director of HLCG Film Guarantors, film production insurance specialists, in coming up with a workable scheme.

Mr Yeung has visited Guernsey on a trip facilitated by the promotional agency alongside film investor and producer Xing Li, who is another individual in the Chinese industry interested in learning more about Guernsey’s offer for the region.

Comments for: "Chinese film industry growth to be fuelled from Guernsey"


Can anyone explain, simply, what I have just read?

Island Wide Voting


From the full written article it is apparent that the worldwide film industry is currently facing an operose but not-insurmountable problem in seeking out the particular calibration in timing that would be appropriate to stem the acceleration in risk premiums created by falling investment without prematurely aborting the decline in the inflation-generated risk premiums. Much hard work and co-operation between all involved parties has enabled HLCG Film Guarantors, film production insurance specialists, to announce that this most welcome Guernsey agreement will allow it to begin a series of repositioning actions that will further reduce expenses and improve efficiency within the film industry,resulting in streamlined operations and an optimized consumer footprint across geographies

Jack Toff


The same babblespeak you see in the business pages each day. Just missing such old chestnut phrases as being "delighted to be joining at this exciting time....." , "reaching out" and "key stakeholders".