Cell Segregation in Protected Cell Companies (PCCs)
This white paper discusses Protected Cell Companies (PCCs) and the extent of which users of cell
structures can be confident in the segregation of assets and liabilities in separate cells. It
considers the question as to whether a foreign jurisdiction would recognise the PCC legislation and
the security and segregation of its cells.
Protected Cell Company legislation was first introduced by Guernsey in 1997, with Aon owned
White Rock Insurance Company PCC Limited being the first Protected Cell Company to be formed
anywhere in the world.
Cell Segregation in
Protected Cell Companies (PCCs)